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  • Blog Post: CE6 Module Security

    Posted by Upender Sandadi Happy New Year to everyone!!! I hope you all had a wonderful start to the new year. This was one of those articles I had written before the year end but never got it posted. So here we go. One more aritcle on CE 6.0. This time the topic is: Module security. In Windows...
  • Blog Post: Application Compatibility in Windows CE 6.0

    Posted by: Upender Sandadi One of the goals for Windows CE 6.0 design was full backward compatibility at the binary level for ISV applications. We have gone to great lengths to maintain binary level compatibility by: a) Maintaining the same exports from the standard core libraries (for ex: in coredll...
  • Blog Post: KITL Troubleshooting Tips

    Posted by: Upender Sandadi (reposting since text formatting got messed up first time) This is the second entry in the KITL series. In the first entry we learnt aboust basic KITL packet layout . In this we will look at some of the common things we have run across in debugging KITL issues on devices...
  • Blog Post: KITL Overview: Packet layout

    Posted by: Upender Sandadi Overview of KITL KITL, which stands for Kernel Independent Transport Layer, is the basic debugging protocol used for debugging Windows CE devices. The KITL layer on the desktop and device manage both the transport and stream abstraction from applications. As part of...
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