Microsoft My Phone for Windows Mobile 6.x is was a service full data synchronization stored on your phone.
Anyone have a account MSN or Live could automatically sync data on your phone (Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Text messages, Favorites, Photos, Video, Music & Documents) And store them online in your personal account.
A few days ago I received an email in which I was told that this service will be closed from August 7 2011. Specifically, the august 7 will stop synchronizing data between operating systems Windows Mobile 6.x si Microsoft My PhoneAnd since October 6 2011The site My Phone Web will no longer be available.
Both current and archived data in Microsoft My Phone will be automatically transferred to your account Windows Live SkyDrive, though NOT all. Will be automatically moved contacts (. csv), calendar entries (. ics), text (txt) and photos in formats: jpg, jpeg, gif, png, tif, fit, wbmp, bmp, OPL, n3a, Ota.
Will not be automatically moved into SkyDrive: video files (3pg, 3gpp, mp4, avi, wmv, mpg, mpeg), audio files (mp3, aif, mid, amr, aac, au, awb, dm, m4a, midi, mp1, mp2, mpa, ogg, ram, rng, wav, wma, wve) si… documents (doc, docx, xls, xLSX, PPT, PPTX, PDF, txt, 1sp, rtf, html, htm, cab, PWI, wks, wps, WDB). It will have to be saved manually every utilizaor in hand.
More details about closing this service and how to migrate / save data from My Phone can be found at: Closing Microsoft® My Phone service.
An interesting thing for those who do not have time or do not know how to save data in Microsfot My Phone.
But if you can not archive content that is not automatically migrated to SkyDrive?
Since October 6 2011, users can request physical media (CD or DVD-ROM) that contains all the information saved in their My Phone account. This opportunity will be available to customers for an entire year, until October 5 2012. Users should contact Microsoft support to send a request.
Personally I found very useful and that helped me a lot. It happened a few times to be gone and having to give a full reset the phone. application Microsoft products My Phone He helped me get my phone back on the agenda (have contacted, Calendar, notes, tasks) and all files even if I was away from the computer. An application that I kept set to automatically sync around 00:00 and to make updates in the online account with the changes suffered in my device during the day. It didn't consume a lot of resources and it wasn't annoying at all. I hope Microsoft comes up with a complete alternative to this service.