Display the Pocket PC on the host computer

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Display the Pocket PC on the host computer

Post by StormyJerry » Mon Jun 11, 2007 10:28 am

This is very handy for doing PDA training, because everyone can see your PDA projected on a screen.

Download and install "WindowsMobilePowerToys.msi" from the page below. Installtion and use instructions are included.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... laylang=en
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You will, however, need this "workaround" for Win

Post by Countin'Trees » Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:04 am

If you are using Windows Mobile 5.0 you will need to do the following:

1. After you download the WindowsMobilePowerToys navigate to the installation directory (C:\Program Files\Windows Mobile Developer Power Toys\ActiveSync_Remote_Display\devices). This directory contains files for all of the platforms that ARD recognizes.

2. Find the device that best matches your terminal, for most devices this will be “wce400\armv4″.

3. Create an ActiveSync connection to your terminal.

4. Copy the program “cerdisp2.exe” to the “\Windows” directory of your terminal.

5. Launch ActiveSync Remote Display from the Start Menu. Note: The message “ The OS or CPU of this device is unknown to this application” will be displayed. This can be safely ignored.

Credit to John Hoffman at http://mobilemusings.wordpress.com/2006 ... for-ce-50/

Here's another one

Post by StormyJerry » Wed Jun 13, 2007 7:53 am

This proprietary application with many advanced features was recommended to us by a Davey programmer, Justin Stratton.


You can download and try it for 30 days without cost.


PS: thanks to Countin'Trees for the info above! That is how a user's forum is supposed to work: people helping each other by sharing what they know.
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