Microsoft to kill Windows Mobile 6.x Marketplace on May 9

09 March, 2012

If there were any people left using Windows Mobile 6.x at all, they should know that Microsoft will shut down the Marketplace for its former OS on May 9. You won't be able to download or update apps after that.

Everything you installed from there will continue to work, but if you happen to reset your phone, you’ll lose your apps. Your only option then will be to side-load them afterwards.

We really can’t imagine anyone left using the platform and specifically its deserted application store anyway, so closing it should be the right decision.

Killing the application store of an OS means the end of the OS itself, so R.I.P. Windows Mobile.



Reader comments

  • tech
  • 19 May 2020
  • XVM

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No Asha 303 is not a Window Mobile. WMs were more like Palms. Asha 303 was s40 phone.

  • Dwyrght
  • 20 Mar 2012
  • fsV

Down here in Africa, it's (market place) been dead since october last year.... Such a sad one, but it was good while it lasted... Hey TBos, if u get this, pls how did you change ur Os to android?

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