ChevronWP7 was an app created to allow Windows Phone 7 users to unlock (or jailbreak) their device. But now users have been advised their device will relock the next time they sync it with their PC.
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The team behind ChevronWP7, an application that allowed people to unlock their Windows Phone device so they could run non-Windows Phone Marketplace apps, has halted its development.
The first official third-party unlocking service developed by the ChevronWp7 team is currently in a state of limbo. After selling out of the initial tokens, the future is uncertain.
Jailbreaking has always been a source of contention between hardware providers and the hobbyists who enjoy the products. Sony is notorious for suing people who attempt to use their products outside of the intended use...
It appears an unlocking tool for Windows Phone 7 devices will finally meet its end with the release of the first update to Microsoft's mobile platform. ChevronWP7, the first and only attempt thus far at unlocking...