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  1. Hi Everyone! I need to write the battery level to a string in a C# windows mobile app I'm making, but I can't find how to do it! I know it's something to do with Microsoft.WindowsMobile.Status.SystemState.PowerBatteryStrength.ToString(); But beyond that I'm stuck! How do I get it to write the string "Battery: 42%" for example? Thanks everyone! James
  2. Hi Everyone, I'm making a Windows Mobile 6 application in C# to help all those affected by Alzheimer's as well as similar conditions One bit of that requires that my C# app gets a mobile number from a .txt file on my website, then sends an SMS Text message to it. I have sorted out sending texts, but when it looks for the .txt file, it crashes because it can't find the internet, even though there is a constant data connection on my Windows Mobile phone (HTC HD2) The code I have so far is... private void btn_send_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { btn_send.Enabled = false; int i = 0; string fileline; HttpWebRequest reqFP = (HttpWebRequest)HttpWebRequest.Create("http://jamesgeddes.com/tracknan/phone.txt"); HttpWebResponse rspFP = (HttpWebResponse)reqFP.GetResponse(); Stream st = rspFP.GetResponseStream(); using (StreamReader sr = new StreamReader(st)) { fileline = sr.ReadLine(); } SmsMessage x = new SmsMessage("fileline", "DONE"); for (i = 0; i <= 10; i++) { label2.Text = Convert.ToString(i); x = new SmsMessage("fileline", Convert.ToString(i)); x.Send(); btn_send.Enabled = true; } } How do I get it to recognise the internet connection? Any help would be grately appreciated, as it will benefit those affected by Alzheimer's as well as similar conditions Thanks everyone! James
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