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Is it possible to retrieve missed calls on windoes phone 7 by using c#?

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Nope.  It can't be done using the available APIs. 

BTW: use the forums on developer.windowsphone.com for Windows Phone 7 related questions as you'll find much more WP7 developers there. 




          Here i am developing a application where i am showing a list of items in a listbox so when i select a particular item and i want to add a particular comment on that item i  need to store all those comments in a DB or somewhere under that particular item records(like how we use maintain records separately in sql and retrieve it by firing queries)so that later if i want to see all the comments of that particular item i would able to retrieve, so in case of windows phone 7 how can we approach this ???



The type or namespace name 'Serializable' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

Are you not going to carry over this attribute with the windows phone 7 stuff? I use it fairly often.


hi i need to develop a sip based soft phone for MS CRM web app i should embedd that app into CRM please guide me in this regard as im new to sip application development any other ideas are welcome 

please guide me to do it 



   I have written a multimedia application for windows mobile pro 6. It works great. However, when the user makes a phone call while the app is playing music and then hangs up, either the sound is garbled  or the sound card no longer works on the phone unless the phone is reset. This includes the ring-tone for an incoming call.  So what I need to do is determine when a call is made or received then stop playing. My app is written in C#.

 Thanks for any help.





Just migrated my code from Silverlight to Silverlight for Windows Phone 7. The problem is that my overloaded OnApplyTemplate method is no longer being called, although exactly the same code is working fine under straight Silverlight.

I've tried adding something like this:

myControl.Loaded += (o, e) => myControl.ApplyTemplate();

but still the OnApplyTemplate method isn't being called. I must be missing something silly. Can anybody please tell me what it is?

Thank you!



   I have a fully working audio application for streaming and playing music locally. However if the user makes a phone call or gets a phone call while playing it seams that the phone changes the state of the soundcard and after the phone call is over the player can't play any more music or the music quality is very low even after restarting the app. Also After an outgoing call windows media player also can not play any music as well. My question is:

<b>Is there a way to determine if a call has ended and if there is, is there a way to reinit the sound card?</b>


FYI I already have code to deal with the phone sleeping.


Thank you

I am wanting my program to be able to retrieve the caller ID number when a call is received through my VOIP phone.  I know this is possible but I need someone to point me in the right direction of how I would go about this.

Thanks for any help


I've just installed Windows Phone developer tools beta on my Windows 7 Ultimate 64bits, and when I open a project that reference those assemblies it throws an error saying that they can be found.

I open that project with Visual Studio and Blend, and in both of them I get the same error.

How can I fix this error?



Sorry, but I can't seem to find this information anywhere... Imagine that i submit a game for Windows Phone 7 to the Windows Marketplace, some customers buy it and install it. Later, i find that the game needs some kind of update/patch because of an undiscovered and infrequent bug. Will there be any option to send a new version of the game to the Marketplace so the customers that already bought the game can update it with no further charges to them? Or is there some other solution for these kind of issues?

Thanks and best regards.



How to generate execute(.exe) file that can be located \bin\debug or \bin\release for windows phone 7 app in windows studio 2010 express?



How to generate execute(.exe) file that can be located \bin\debug or \bin\release for windows phone 7 app in windows studio 2010 express?

Is windows phone 7 the updates of windows mobile 6.5, and what're the features in Windows Phone 7.
I develop on a Windows 2003 server. Why does the Windows Phone Developer Tools for Windows Phone 7 only support Windows 7 and Vista?

Does anyone knows when signing in with Windows Live Id will be "accesible" for developers for any site.

Now Live ID sign in  is only avalable for mobile sites like hotmail.



I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this discussion.  I apologize if it is not.

I suspect that we will be seeing the release of many tablet devices this fall.  There are many user experience considerations when developing for a desktop vs. a phone and a desktop vs. a tablet and a tablet vs. a phone, etc...  I believe many of the UX design considerations for the phone carry over nicely to the tablet because of multi-touch.  I can see the Metro on the tablet.

Does anyone know whether the WP7 controls or a variant will be part of Silverlight?  I'd like to have a version of our product ready for the tablet market as well.


It is great that decent versions of the Office apps are on the Windows Phone 7 devices but how do I move documents between my Windows Phone 7 device and my Windows 7 PC?

I know Windows Phone 7 requires you to enter you Windows Live Id on startup. Is there a way to get access to information about that account from my Silverlight app installed on the phone?


Windows Phone 7 is the successor to Microsoft's line of Windows Mobile phone operating systems. It's based on the Windows CE 6 kernel, like the Zune HD, while current versions of Windows Mobile are based on Windows CE 5. Microsoft announced the new OS at Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, and says that the first handsets to run it are supposed to be released by the holiday shopping season of this year -- and the company is emphatic in saying that it doesn't mean December 24th -- you'll have time to place your order.

Here's a look at the windows phone 7 specs detailed to us thus far:
At first, only large 800 x 480 (WVGA) touchscreens will be permitted, but 480 x 320 (HVGA) devices will make an appearance "later."
Five specific hardware buttons are required: Start, back, search (which integrates with Bing services where appropriate), camera button, and power.
Capacitive multitouch with support for a minimum of four contact points, though no more than two are used by any of the platform's six native gestures (developers are welcome to use as many as they like).
A Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU with DirectX 9 graphics support. Microsoft says the platform is flexible enough to expand to other chips in the future, but right now it's all Qualcomm.
256MB of RAM or more
8GB of internal Flash storage or more
No support for microSD cards, though that's partially offset by the requirement for capacious internal storage.
FM radio
5 megapixel camera or better with flash

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I'm trying to open a webpage in a Silverlight App for Windows Phone 7.

Is there a way to open Internet Explorer?




Hi all, I tried to install the Silverlight tools for WP7 on Windows 2008 Server but I got an error that says: "Windows 7 or Windows Vista is required".

Does that really mean I can't develop WP7 apps on Windows 2008?

Regards, Luciano.


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