My buddy purchased a Zune a couple days ago and learned it didn’t work with his Windows Vista. He did figure out how to run the Zune on Windows Vista. A little digging around he came up with the following article, thought to pass it along. Before you start be sure you have the Zune […]
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Here is a Zune hack video tutorial on getting the Zune to appear on your desktop or file browser thus allowing you to use the Zune as a mass storage device. Sorry folks, the video got pulled from YouTube. Please visit this Zune as mass storage device tutorial.
1) Proporta is coining a new phrase, Mobile Sock. Here they show off a pack of socks which not only fit your Zune but just about any PDA or mobile device. Nice durable material and although everyone has the material to create an alternative, it’s nice to know your Zune hasn’t been hang’in with stinky […]
You know it’s been asked: Is there a way to Zune hack any knowledge of a transferred song on the Microsoft Zune, circumventing that share-once restriction in the player’s WiFi routine?
So the Zune is Microsoft’s iPod killer? Well at least iPod lets one use the device as a mass storage device. Out of the box the Zune doesn’t mount as an external device but this Zune hack solves the problem. Lets thank the guys over at Phaleux for their Zune hack.
Sometimes the rumor-mill is just too good. So this article is pointed more towards a warning to Microsoft then a regurgitation of some crazy rumor the Zune player from Microsoft is going to be VoIP enabled. Lets be straight, feature overload is not a buying proposition – but generally a product killer.