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    Casio BE-300 (Core CE 3.0/4.0, MIPS NEC VR4131); Motorola MPx200 (Smartphone - CE 3.0/4.2/5.01, ARM TIOMAP710); NEC MobilePro 400 (Handheld PC - CE 1.0/2.0, MIPS NEC VR4101); HP Jornada 720, Jornada 728 (Handheld PC 2000 - CE 3.0, StrongARM); Branium WiBook (Pro CE 4.2, ARM Xscale), Shinco GM-400 ( CE 4.2 Core, ARM920), Mio C320 GPS (Core CE 5.0, ARM Samsung S3C2443); Nextar Q4-01 (Core CE 5.0, ARM 926T); HP iPAQ h6315 (Pocket PC 2003 - CE 4.2, ARM TIOMAP1510)


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1 First of all, it's just not enough to port RDP Wrapper to ARM platform. As you can see in the source code, for Win 8 (as for Win RT) it's required to add internal function signature, which will be then intercepted. I never had any dealings with...
1 I just came across this program called "RDP Wrapper Library" http://stascorp.com/load/1-1-0-63 It patches the RDP API in ram so the system files aren't modified at all. In this sense it is similar to commercial solutions like Thinstuff XP/VS. ...
1 I have seen several QEMU setups, specifically on the Nexus One, Evo 3D, Xperia Neo, and other devices, all running various versions of Windows XP, 98, or 95. I'm looking at the source now. Is there any reason someone hasn't tried to run the Window...
1 I agree with the above statements. Like I said, they need to get some top xda modifiers and tweak and improve on the wm platform. They definitely should make it backwards compatible since windows has been around for over 20yrs. Everybody has lots ...