Re: Windows Mobile 5 woes with SPV5000
- From: "AAJ" <a.a.com>
- Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2006 07:46:06 -0000
Many thanks guys
I feel a little better knowing its not just me. I'm sure it will be a great
product, it just feels a little hit and miss so far. Perhaps there is a
service pack due out soon?
Thanks for the cert tips, I'll look into them today also the USB connection
problems seems to be on at least one other machine in our office.
I can see the screen orientation problem, and the skin reverting back to a
small size in VS2005 being a real pain in the backside. I have posted some
thing on Oranges site to see if there are any programing extensions.
Hopefully there some one will know
I've had my day messing about with it, I better try get some proper work
done now. I'm sure I'll be posting an awful lot more in the future 8-)
"Andy" <bemacdev@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On the certs front, the SDK has a test cert that you can use. Run the
CAB on the WM5 device, sign your app when its compiled under VS2005
(setting is in project properties). Should be installed somewhere like
C:\Program Files\Windows CE Tools\wce500\Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC
Chris Scott wrote:
I can't speak to all of them, but I'll answer where I can...
"AAJ" <a.a.com> wrote in message
I daren't unplug my active synch USB cable. When I plug it back in, at
best it won't re connect to the device, at worst (like just now), my
normally stable PC Blue Screens and the computer switches its self off
I have this too but without the blue screens. I found my device won't
reconnect to the PC if it's on. If I turn it off and then plug it in it
always connects. On another PC, I can't get it to connect at all but my
2003 devices connect fine.
I haven't looked at the certificate signing properly, but its a pain
having to manually accept every download on the device as I'm testing
my PC (not that I got much done with all my other problems). Is there a
way to by pass the certificates or generate my own.
I have no plans to certify at this time. There's a registry key you can
to turn it off but I don't have the page handy that explains it. It was
easy enough to find through an internet search though.
Perhaps its just the change but I'm feeling really un comfortable.
It's not just you - I know my WM5 device is incredibly slow and buggy
compared to my 2003 devices. I've stopped doing early development with
and do a lot of development on 2003 then convert and debug under 2005 to
make sure I've covered all the nuances there.
Also working against you is the VS2005 compiler. It was rushed out too
as well and has probably caused me more lost hours than WM5.
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