Thanks for the quick response.Ae you saying once I modify mscr file , I should able to install the app no problem and install should complete? I will try tonight and let you know the outcome, thanks again.
To the OP, including resolution and some system specs will probably help in the future - not a moan, just some friendly advice on how to get tech support quicker
Kindle Fire 2 (stock&rooted for now)
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 (rooted with a lightweight ROM)
NoName Chinese WinCE6 GPS (ceFFM replacement interface)
HTC Touch Pro 2 (UK unbranded. Energy ROM 6.5.3 . Dodgy digitizer & keys)
HTC TyTN II / Kaiser (UK unbranded. WM 6.5 custom ROM. Screen & some keys knackered)
thanks for sharing, before i install MioPocket 4.68 on my car 7 inch chines all-in-one touch screen (windows CE 6.0 base, RAM:92MB - FLASH:64MB), it brick my screen, and i got to go to the shop i reflush the FW
i will try to install ceFFM tomorrow on the external GPS SD card, as the internal flash not big.
BTW, do you know a way to fully backup the OFW
also how to use of ceFFM-Extensions-v3.ZIP
also can i run internet on ceFFM with bluetooth tethering from my android?
Could notice your CE implementation is a full fledged version (AYGSHELL, TOOLHELP, WCELOAD, etc are present). At the first glance it looks your installation of ceFFM was successful.
but some applications refuse to start like ceffmsetup.mscr.
You must NOT attempt to run script 'ceffmsetup.mscr' manually, this is done from within ceFFM.
also the touch screen is not calibrated, i set "ForceTouchCalibrating=1" but nothing change
During installation your device's touchscreen's calibration data obviously couldn't be determined
If(caldata NE "")
thus user setting ForceTouchCalibarating, i.e. related piece of code as follows
If(caldata NE "")
If(caldata NE regvalue)
never was and/or will be processed.
i cant close any open windows that have the close [X] in the right corner
This has nothing to do with ceFFM itself. Probably this depends on given wrong calibrated touchscreen, i.e. the [X] is outside the screen coordinates that currently define touchscreen's screen coordinates. Not without reason I advised in post #1 to 'calibrate the touchscreen before installing ceFFM '.
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