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well, my first post is a question....... If i upgrade my i-mate sp3 to WM5, will i still be able to develop applications using eVC++ , and what SDK should i use? can i record phone calls now? is everything supported in this upgrade?

thanks for modaco for all the hardwork...

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The SP3 WM5 upgrade is a very unofficial upgrade... so nothing is 'supported' as such, it's pot luck... and very naughty to install it ;)

You can't record phone calls out of the box, you should develop using the WM5 SDKs and Visual Studio.

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thanks paul. i thought so....... what i meant about call recording is that it looks like its not possible to record during a phone call.... this is why you cant find any answering machine applications for the typhoon. i've been reading around, its a design issue they say that the audio path is seperated from the operating system.... is that true? anyone got a proof? from microsoft or HTC.. well, the old nokias can do that.. ;)

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