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Topic # 8074 1-Jun-2006 20:08
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Right, so I'm getting an imate smartphone 2, mainly so I can check all the stuff on my website (bandwidth, blocked ip's trying to get access, ect.)

What does it support? I have a few applications I wrote, all in C++, and a few in J2ME things I want to get. It has windows mobile 3.0, latest build, but does it support everyting that XP does?


Thanks guys.

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Reply # 37462 1-Jun-2006 20:51
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Welcome to Geekzone... The Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition (which is running on your i-mate Smartphone2) support non-managed code (C++) and managed code (.Net Compact Framework, version 1).

It is not compatible with Windows XP at binary level - you won't run an application written for Windows XP on a Windows Mobile device, and that's because of different processors, UI, etc, etc, etc...

As for J2ME, if you find a compatible JRE then it's all good. There are a few around.





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