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Topic # 7323 6-Apr-2006 07:27
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Hi!

Is there a way I can obtain the firmware version and software version of a Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC Phone using C++?
If so I will appreciate any info.

Thank you,
Tudor.

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  Reply # 32410 6-Apr-2006 09:58
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I'd check the documentation.  It sounds like something pretty simple - unfortunately I dont know C++

Start at http://msdn.microsoft.com/mobility and search the library from there.




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  Reply # 32411 6-Apr-2006 10:18
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Hi again,

I looked for an answer through the MSDN and I couldn't find anything, that is why I end up here.
There are example codes in Windows Mobile 5.0 SDK for retrieving different info from the device, none of them treats the firmware version.
I really could use some help.

Thanks.



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  Reply # 32413 6-Apr-2006 10:52
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For those who are interested in this topic:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wcesdk40/html/cerefGetVersionEx.asp

here you have all the info for retrieving the OS version.


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