Home Made apps tool for Windows Phone 7... Denied!

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After only a few days of it's download debut, the tool that provided a means to install "unauthorized" Microsoft Windows Phone 7 apps on to your shiny new WP7 equipped smartphone has been pulled. ChevronWP7 is no longer available for download, at least until further notice giving Microsoft an opportunity to discuss the Pros and cons with the tools developers.

WP7 hacker tool pulled in just a few days

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