January, 2006

  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    How to add your own root cert via CAB file

    • 146 Comments
    This post will explain how to install a root cert on a one tier device via a CAB file. For explanations of why you would want to add a root cert and alternate methods of doing so, see the discussion of root certs with Exchange ActiveSync. This method...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    GetDeviceUniqueID

    • 61 Comments
    There is a new API available for retrieving a device id in Windows Mobile 5.0 for both Pocket PC and Smartphone. The first question: why do we need a new way of getting the device ID, what’s wrong with the old? To answer this you need to know what a device...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    I Know What You Did Last Vacation...

    • 19 Comments
    Okay, I have no idea what you did on your last vacation. But I hope you had fun. If you're a regular reader, you know that I took the month of December off . It was a good vacation. I skateboarded every day for the first two weeks (then it started raining...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Using Microsoft.WindowsMobile.Telephony

    • 19 Comments
    One of our MVPs pointed out today that using Phone.Talk was adding invalid characters at the end of the telephone. Unfortunately it turns out we had a bug....we were passing a pointer to a string that was not null terminated. This will be fixed, but...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Where did the name aygshell come from anyway?

    • 3 Comments
    Once upon a time, Microsoft had a product called the Palm-sized PC, and the internal code-name for it was "Gryphon". Because the shell for Gryphon was pretty radically different from the shell for its predecessor (the Handheld PC), a new shell needed...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    MEDC 2006 Call for Papers Live

    • 3 Comments
    Here's a exciting opportunity for exposure at the MEDC 2006 event. Microsoft MEDC 2006 (Mobile and Embedded DevCon 2006) organizers invite you to submit proposals to speak at MEDC in our conference breakout sessions. MEDC is one of Microsoft’s most...
Page 1 of 1 (6 items)