Follow these steps in order to enable Facebook chat on your WP7 device with mango:

  • Go to
  • Log in using your PRIMAIRY Live account. This is the account you entered when initially setting up your phone. Find this on your phone by going to Settings / Email+accounts, it’s the account listed as “Windows Live“.
  • On the left side, hit manage and connect facebook.
  • Grab your phone and go to Settings / Email+accounts, press and hold your Facebook and primiary Live ID and choose Synchronise.
  • On your computer, go to, log in and scroll all the way down. On the bottom you can change the display language used for facebook, change this to ENGLISH US.
  • Grab you phone, go to messaging and enjoy facebook chat!

Please leave a reply whether it worked or not.

Comments (18) Posted by pieter on Monday, August 1st, 2011

When you are in bing maps and you hit the search button, does the phone brings you to Bing Maps in internet explorer?

Change these settings on your Windows Phone 7 in order to use Bing Maps navigation:
Go to Settings/Region and Language, change the last option “Browser & Search language” to “English United States”.

From now on you can use the search button in maps and enter a street address or postcode (for postcodes make sure you don’t use spaces)

en Settings/Region and Language, verander onderaan je “Browser & Search language” naar “English United States”.

Comments (0) Posted by pieter on Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Did you get “Attention required. Press here” followed by a “ connect to a wifi network or your PC to complete the download”? 

Recently I’ve purchased a game from the Windows Phone 7 marketplace. After it was succesfully downloaded, I couldn’t find the game in my “Xbox Live Games” section of the phone.

When going back into the marketplace using my phone and searching for the game, selecting it and pressing “Check install”, I noticed the game was stuck at “100% downloaded”.

The solution:

1) Make sure you are connected to WiFi or via USB to your computer with Zune software
2) Press and hold the download indicator for the game or app (which is stuck at 100%) and a menu will appear which gives you a “Retry” option. Select retry and if you’re lucky – it will go OK this time.

Please leave a reply if this helped you!
Good luck!

Comments (1) Posted by pieter on Tuesday, December 7th, 2010