Den Delimarsky has come up with the solution to use Windows Phone 7 as USB mass storage mode on your PC. Although the idea of using Windows Phone as USB storage is not new, we are yet to receive any dedicated application to perform same function. There is already a hack to do so.
Den is quite sure about his method and he has gone further to provide nitty-gritty of this application. For non-techies users (like us) he is also planning to release an application when the work is done. According to him there are few areas that needs final touch before the final release.
He has gone one step further to explain how he has explored physical location in the phone system where application data is stored i.e. ApplicationsData. All Applications data are stored in isolated area located at ApplicationsDataAPP_IDdataisolatedstore. We’re not going in much details on how the data has to be written in isolated area, enthusiastic people should follow Den’s post on this topic.
An application screenshot gives us a hint on how easily we can upload files to an app’s isolated storage. We’re yet to understand the tool as a whole, but looking at the screenshot it looks like a promising tool. This could also make it possible to upload .doc,.pdf or other files to the phone system.