Windows Mobile App Dev Chat!


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Do you have questions regarding Windows Mobile application development that you need answers to?

Spend an hour with Microsoft employees and MVPs who are experts in Windows Mobile application development.

Please join us for a live chat and bring on the questions!

This chat will cover your questions about the tools and technologies used to develop both native and managed applications using the Windows Mobile operating system.

Find our Events on the MSDN Chat calendar here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/chats/default.aspx

Comments (4)

  1. jimmi says:

    i have been bought a eten glofish x800 for my birthday while i was in ukrain but its all in Russian how can i change the mobile windows into English i can not find any options on the phone to change language can you please advise me

    thank you email jimmi@radiosharmlive.com

  2. Alberto Mendoza says:

    Hello, i like to know what’s the way to change the connectivity of a Pda with WiFi and GPRS network in runtime mode of a application make it in VB.Net 2005, I means that y like to change that using the WiFi network if exist or if not then use the GPRS network. What’s the way to change it in runtime mode of an application.

  3. Williamton Yan III says:

    Hi, i’m new to this window mobile thing….  i’m using right now a windows mobile 5.0 and i’m having a problem on the RAM memory coz on my storage i got low already but on my program its still big how do i use those memory on the program side so that i would not have a memory error? thanks

    by the way i have a pidion Bip-5000 and using a sql anywhere database and pocketbuilder 2.5 as the developing software.

  4. dianne tomershea says:

    Bought a brand new Dell, with vista.  I have a magicjack device that I used on my old computer.  I have been trying to get it working, but it keep’s coming up code 10  device not starting.  The mobile driver device sucks.  brand new and does not work.  Can users with vista dowgrade back to XP, and how would I get the disk to to so?  Please help. at the end of my rope