Saturday, December 22, 2007

About This Blog

This blog is about the tools I designed for Windows Mobile phones, their releases, feature changes, their bugs, and everything I feel worth of writing during its development.


Jed said...

I believe LCMinutes is not built for Window Mobile 5, as it does not work on my pocketpc. It states the error "The file 'LCMinStart' cannot be opened. Either it is not signed with a trusted certificate, or one of its components cannot be found. You might need to reinstall or restore this file"

Appreciate your confirmation on this.

LyonPlus said...

Yeah, you are right, Jedchin. I did not test my application against Windows Mobile 5.

Or more precisely, I only tested against it on my own TyTN with Windows Mobile 6 Professional installed, no SIM lock, no CID lock. So I doubt it may even be a problem for Windows Mobile 6 if it's CID locked. I just don't have the time to reflash my TyTN to verify it.

And sorry for forgetting to make it clear before.