[pjsip] the way to debug wince demo app on emulator
bennylp at pjsip.org
Fri Feb 1 04:37:56 EST 2008
I'm glad that finally you resolved the problem. And thanks for the
tip; I've added link to this post in PJSIP FAQ about PJ_ERESOLVE
So does anybody else still having unresolved problem with Windows Mobile?
On 2/1/08, Lakmal Molligoda <mlakmal at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have seen lot of ppl asking how to run wince demo application on pocket pc
> emulator. so i thought of giving a heads up for all of them. sorry not
> sending this before to the list ... i was busy with other work all this
> ill describe each step as follows.
> 1. first make sure that you have emulator manager 1.0/2.0 installed with
> pocket pc 2003 or wm5 pocket pc sdk/emulator images.
> 2. i assume all of you haven't installed vpc network driver. to install this
> goto following site and get the installation
> 3 after you get this installed start the emulator manager and connect to
> pocket pc emulator image. then goto the file->configuration->netwok tab
> there you would be able to select Enable NE2000 PCMCIA netowrk adapter and
> bind to option. select that and go out from configuration window.
> then goto device OS and goto settings from start menu. then goto connection
> tab and network cards. select my network card connection to as Work. then
> select the NE2000 compatible ethernet driver. and select dhcp and enter dns
> values appropriately and save and exit from it.
> and then go back to connection tab and select connections. in thr u need to
> goto advanced tab and need to select select networks. in thr u need to
> change all the drop down values to "My Work Network". apply everything and
> go back to desktop.
> finally give a soft boot. when the device boots up it should have
> connection established to your network.
> to check if the networks ok you could browse to any site through IE.
> if all this goes well your wince demo app should be running ok and you would
> be able to debug application easily through emulator.
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