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Topic # 6236 9-Jan-2006 16:33
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Hi all,

I'm trying to add a reg key to a K-Jam to stop it checking the authentisity of a root cert for OMA.

The issue is that after adding the required DWORD value I soft reset the device and the DWORD disappears!

I have performed the exact same change on my Apache without issue its just the %&$#@% K-Jam.

If anyone can help I would muchly appreciate.

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Reply # 25945 9-Jan-2006 16:51
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Windows Mobile 5 does not right to the registry straight away - it caches everything and flushes after a few seconds. The best thing to do is to use a program to start a soft reset - this way the OS forces a flush of this buffer.

Another option is to change something in the Control Panel - your name or company name for example. I was told when I reported this behaviour during the beta that changes through the Control Panel would force a flush.

In any case, do the change, and wait a few minutes then soft reset.








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  Reply # 25947 9-Jan-2006 16:55
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Cheers Mauricio,

I'll give it a try - any ideas on an app that will start a soft reset?




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