Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 15:23
Thanks for your nice article. Saves me few hours of researching.
However, anyone tried this on Windows CE?
I did not seem to get it working.
Thanks in advance.
Note that not all NFC-capable smart card readers support some types of NFC cards, and some do not support the standard PC/SC storage card APDU commands.
The following screenshot shows Route mode. The orange line indicates the route. The blue dot indicates the accurate location of the car determined by satellite-based positioning. The red and green dots indicate less accurate locations calculated by using Wi-Fi and cellular positioning and the Suburban accuracy profile. The three calculated locations are also displayed in the Current location list.
The MyMobiler desktop application controls your Android device through USB connection or WiFi. It allows you to see your mobile device remotely and capture the screen or video. What you see in the desktop application is mirroring your device screen and you can interact with your device using the mouse and keyboard.
If you are connecting a rugged handheld computer running Microsoft Windows Mobile or higher, you need Microsoft ActiveSync version installed on the desktop PC before connecting.
Programs such as Palm HotSync can block ActiveSync from connecting. Try disabling or exiting HotSync or whatever other program may be trying to use or monitor the port.
To simulate a pair of phones tapping together you'll need to launch a pair of Windows Phone 8 emulators. Since Visual Studio doesn't support running two identical emulators at the same time, you'll need to select different resolutions for each of the emulators to work around it.
Great Post. It helped alot.
I am still looking for a way to change the installation directory on the target device.
zenek888, sorry for the delay.
The settings window is actually a control panel implementation for windows mobile. In order to do what you want, you should create a control panel applet. Try taking a look at the "My Backlight" sample included in WM6 SDK located in %ProgramFiles%\Windows Mobile 6 SDK\Samples\PocketPC\CPP\win87\myBackLight.
You can also read about the sample here:
Thanks a lot!!
Great article, helped me a lot :)
I have a question.. maybe you have stumbled in it..
I work with vs7558 c#, writing a CF application
I've created a cab for deployment, and was surprised to find
that almost all the DLLs the application make a use of were
copied to the cab file, instead of copying only the ones I add
(like device dll..)
( CF is installed on the device)
the cab file is now up to 85 MB!!
how can I solve this???