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Install every Pocket-PC 2002 Game on your Smartphone SPV

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8) Normally all this games should work on the SPV. It just had to be

installed manually: The Program on the flashcard and a remark

in the start menue under windows. Somebody of you still

has made some experiences. :?:

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Is that a statement or a question?

As far as I know Windows Pocket PC and Windows Smartphone are different operating systems. They are similar, but not identical, so conversion should be relatively simple. Even if they did run without conversion you wouldn't be able to do much since Smartphone doesn't have a touch screen.

Barry

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.....and they would prob. need orange certification.

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this dude is from switzerland, his phone is probably uncertified :D no fair!

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this dude is from switzerland, his phone is probably uncertified :D no fair!

Are you telling me that SPV's from switzerland dont need certifactes to install software?

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i also have an SPV from switzerland but it dond axept any other software :x :D

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I would like to know with interest if it is possible to install Smartphone2002 softwares on the Neonode N1? The Neonode run on WindowsCE (same kernel that for smartphone2002) and he uses a same screen size: 176x220 pixels... So should be possible?

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