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View Windows Tools, Help & Guides on your mobile phoneWant to view Windows, Tools & Guides on the go? You still can and now the website is better designed for you mobile device.

Simply head to m.mintywhite.com on your mobile and it will automatically display the mobile version for you.

Please let me know how it works for you. Have issues with the mobile version? Let me know.



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6 thoughts on “View Windows Tools, Help & Guides on Your Mobile”

  1. CoHoWilua says:

    Hi,

    I ‘ve used the URL on my smartphone with Windows Mobile 6.0 and it works very fine. I use a XDA Orbit 2 – it’s almost the same as the HTC Touche Cruise.

    Thanks and greetings to you!

  2. CoHoWilua says:

    Hi,

    I ‘ve used the URL on my smartphone with Windows Mobile 6.0 and it works very fine. I use a XDA Orbit 2 – it’s almost the same as the HTC Touche Cruise.

    Thanks and greetings to you!

  3. michael says:

    I was just curious if you could verify how java will work on a smartphone if the mobile
    Application is designed specifically for a windows phone.

    1. Rich says:

      This will work on all mobile implementations including Windows-based, Symbian-based, and Apple phones.

  4. michael says:

    I was just curious if you could verify how java will work on a smartphone if the mobile
    Application is designed specifically for a windows phone.

    1. Rich says:

      This will work on all mobile implementations including Windows-based, Symbian-based, and Apple phones.

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