Zune Software update hints at "Zune Phone"

Zune Software version to 4.2.202.0 now supports Windows 7 Libraries so its easier for you to access all your media collections through the Zune software. You can also that the update adds a new Library to Windows 7, Podcasts, it even comes with its own icon for the Library. The update also hiding a big […]

Zune Software version to 4.2.202.0 now supports Windows 7 Libraries so its easier for you to access all your media collections through the Zune software. You can also that the update adds a new Library to Windows 7, Podcasts, it even comes with its own icon for the Library. The update also hiding a big secret; the elusive “Zune Phone” is pretty much confirmed. As some of you might know, an .INF file is essential component of a driver package responsible for identifying the driver and associating it with compatible USB hardware IDs, and in this case, the Zune.inf file is responsible for associating devices with the Zune driver. New to this version of the driver which was actually generated on October 20, 2009 are several lines which pretty much speak for themselves. “Whilst it is possible there might be system-wide Zune integration into Windows Mobile 7, this particular driver references specific hardware IDs that are locked to a vendor (Microsoft) and product which under USB body regulations cannot be masked, thus this has to be Microsoft devices. “Pink” anyone?”

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