Device emulator with Windows Mobile image


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Markus Humm

Hello,

I'm looking for a Standalone device emulator package which can be used
without installing VS or any other SDK. The image contained should be
Windows Mobile 5 or newer and english.

I've found a standalone emulator 1.0 and a "Windows Mobile 6
Professional Images (eng).msi" which despite naming it in the readme
doesn't contain a emulator! I can run this image with this 1.0 emulator
but then I don't have any flash storage. I tried the /flash parameter
already, but I don't have a valid flash file.

If no complete package can be found, how can I get my combination working?

Greetings

Markus
 
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Bjørn Brox

Markus Humm skrev:
Hello,

I'm looking for a Standalone device emulator package which can be used
without installing VS or any other SDK. The image contained should be
Windows Mobile 5 or newer and english.

I've found a standalone emulator 1.0 and a "Windows Mobile 6
Professional Images (eng).msi" which despite naming it in the readme
doesn't contain a emulator! I can run this image with this 1.0 emulator
but then I don't have any flash storage. I tried the /flash parameter
already, but I don't have a valid flash file.

If no complete package can be found, how can I get my combination working?
A good place to start is the Windows Mobile Developer Center

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsmobile/default.aspx

There you find: Microsoft Device Emulator 3.0 -- Standalone Release

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...AF-12E3-4B2F-A394-356E2C2FB114&displaylang=en
 
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Markus

Hello,

thanks fpor your answer, but that helps only partially.
I already have a emulator (ok older version), what I'm after is how to
tell it to use a flash storage
(I have no such file yet) and what size it should be.

I can load a emulator image already, but it complains that it has no
flash memory. I'd simply like
to add 32 MB or so of flash storage. I can specify a filename, but it
didn't help.

Greetings

Markus
 
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