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About rcraswell

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  • Birthday 10/08/1964

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    Redmond, WA USA
  • Your Current Device(s)
    iMate SP5m
  1. I have a 40Gb iPod that I usually use for music but apparently I'm a little rough on them as this is the 5th replacement unit I've had in 2 years. I'm quite fond of using my SP5m as a music player -- WMP10 with MP3 format files. I don't have a large enough miniSD card at the moment (256Mb) to make it very convenient though.
  2. I was in the Cingular store in Redmond, WA last night and they said they expected to have a shipment of 150 of them on Monday morning.
  3. Too funny. I just bought a copy on Wednesday. Great product though so, like you, I don't really mind.
  4. Exactly. The function only works on a real device and will only work under an appropriate security model..
  5. you'll want to initialize the LINEGENERALINFO structure. LINEGENERALINFO lpLineGeneralInfo; memset(lpLineGeneralInfo, 0, sizeof(LINEGENERALINFO)); lpLineGeneralInfo.dwTotalSize = sizeof(lpLineGeneralInfo); hr = lineGetGeneralInfo(m_hTestLine, &lpLineGeneralInfo);[/code] Hope that helps.
  6. _wfopen is in coredll.lib so should link under default project settings. This works for me: #include <windows.h> int WINAPI WinMain ( HINSTANCE hInstance, HINSTANCE hPrevInstance, LPWSTR lpCmdLine, int nShowCmd ) { FILE* fp; fp = _wfopen(_T("filename.txt"), _T("rb")); return 0; }[/code]
  7. using End to stop a GPRS connection is specific to HTC 2002 phones. I haven't seen it work on any other '02 phones or on any (including HTC) '03 phones.
  8. Well, here's code for a fully functioning program (the lines above plus a WinMain to wrap it) that makes my phone beep merrily away. Alternatively, there's no reason you can't create a little (hidden) window to be a message receptacle -- that's a perfectly reasonable and valid Windows programming technique. timerproc.cpp
  9. Even though you don't have a window, you still have to process a message loop to get Windows timers to work. So, while you'd think something like this would work: hevent = CreateEvent(NULL, FALSE, FALSE, NULL); ntimer = SetTimer(NULL, 0, dwInterval, MyTimerProc); WaitForSingleObject(hevent, INFINITE);[/code] it won't. Your little TimerProc will never see a timer message and you'll be a sad panda. Instead, you have to process messages for your thread like so: [code]ntimer = SetTimer(NULL, 0, dwInterval, MyTimerProc); for (;;) { MSG msg; GetMessage(&msg, NULL, 0, 0); DispatchMessage(&msg); } (of course, you'll need to have some sort of way to exit out of that loop, but that's an exercise left to the reader.) The Remarks section of SetTimer tries to explain this: Good luck!
  10. English version: http://mobile-review.com/preview/motorola-...a-v700-en.shtml
  11. Given that this is the "Development" forum, I'll assume you mean, "can I programmatically invoke a smartphone application from my desktop?" Yes, take a look at the RAPI function CeCreateProcess ( ); --ron
  12. Well, 0x80070005 is E_ACCESS_DENIED. Is your phone unlocked? Can you write certificates to the other stores?
  13. Just talked to the Fonix guys. The Smartphone version has not been released yet -- still in beta.
  14. Here's a little craplet that may do the job for you... Syntax: cp Example: cp "IPSMMy Documentsblank.wav" "Windowsdefault.wav" 30 seconds to code and about that much testing... cp.zip
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