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218xx - COM2, continuing dev of
21916_XIP.BIN_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_VGA_WVGA_0409_F ROM_DFT Windows CE: 5.2 Build 3833 (Friday, August 06, 2010 4:49:39 PM)

22xxx - SEMC Sony Ericsson
22047_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_WQVGA_HVGA_VGA_WVGA_040 9_FROM_DFT Windows CE: 5.2 Build 4921 (Sunday, September 26, 2010 5:16:11 PM)

230xx - COM3, continuing development
23152_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_WQVGA_HVGA_VGA_WVGA_040 9_FROM_DFT (39.82MB) Windows CE: 5.2 Build 4175 (Tuesday, November 23, 2010 2:29:41 PM)

235xx - COM5, presumed abandoned
23569_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_WQVGA_VGA_WVGA_0409.7z (35.39MB) Windows CE: 5.2 Build 4536 (Tuesday, April 27, 2010 3:55:46 PM)

236xx - LG Electronics
23699_XIP.BIN_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_HVGA_VGA_WVGA_0 409_FROM_DFT Windows CE: 5.2 Build 4600 (Thursday, November 04, 2010 3:44:02 PM)

24xxx - Possibly additional HTC Branch
24635_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_WQV_FROM_DFT Windows CE: 5.2 Build 5421 (Sunday, August 15, 2010 3:45:25 PM)

25xxx - Possibly additional SEMC Branch
25028_XIP.BIN_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_HVGA_VGA_WVGA_0 409_FROM_DFT Windows CE: 5.2 Build 5919 (Sunday, August 15, 2010 3:44:21 PM)

282xx - WMD
28244_MSXIPKernel_SYS_QVGA_WQVGA_HVGA_VGA_WVGA_040 9_FROM_DFT Windows CE: 5.2 Build 5224 (Sunday, October 24, 2010 3:57:09 PM)

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    29022 – AKU 5312 Windows CE 5.2 Build 6215 (Apr 17 2011 15:49:35)
    WVGA 0409 only.
    Not the "dumped custom". Original stuff.

    And please, Leo or Ted or someone else with mod rights here - clean all the **** in the topic. At least since your deleted post, Leo and up to my current post.
    WM upgrade path.

    Since we're on the subject of new builds and how WEH fits into it, I thought I'd elaborate a bit on the future of our aging OS.


    Windows Mobile 6 is in the end of its life. It reached the beginning of its end of life cycle in Q3 last year. In that time frame, Microsoft began deploying WP7. WP7 is not the successor to WM6 or WEH. The line of upgrades will follow a different path.

    As we all know, Windows Mobile is currently transitioning into Windows Embedded Handheld. Essentially, they are the same thing with a different name. Both use the CE5/6 core. Windows Phone 7 uses the CE 6 Revision 3 core in version 1. These systems are incompatible as we've been seeing. This breaks the upgrade chain for Windows Mobile. However, as I mentioned, WP7 is not the successor to WM6.

    As WEH picks up steam in its course this year, it will eventually transition into another iteration of itself. In the second half of this year, WEH is supposedly going to begin using Windows Embedded Compact 7 (WEC7) as its core. This provided us with an alternative upgrade path from the dead end of WP7.

    Windows Embedded Compact 7 began shipping at the end of last year to be used in slates and other consumer handheld devices. OEMs were encourages to add their own custom UIs. I don't have much information on WEC7 at the moment since it really hasn't hit any markets or news sources that I'm aware of.

    Keeping that in mind, it is also of note that WP7 is set to begin using WEC7 instead of CE6 as its core in the next major release of the platform. I don't know if this will be in any way compatible with other WM6/WEH devices, but I would say it's unlikely.

    It seems more likely that Microsoft is planning to separate their enterprise devices from their mass-market devices.


    So to recap, Windows Mobile is set to be re-branded as Windows Embedded Handheld. Both using the CE5/6 core initially. Windows Embedded Handheld will eventually be updated to use the Windows Embedded Compact 7 core in late 2011. The platform will still be known as Windows Embedded Handheld at that point. This platform is supposedly aimed at enterprise level consumers.

    Windows Phone 7 currently uses the CE6 R2 core. It is scheduled to be updated to the Windows Embedded Compact 7 core later this year as well. It will also retain its name as Windows Phone 7. This platform is supposedly aimed at the mass-market consumers.

    Hopefully this clears up the upgrade path thing for most people. Stop worrying about Windows Mobile. The name is changing. It's not a big deal. It isn't a dead platform. (At least not yet, anyway. ;))
    Windows CE: 5.2 Build 6212 (Mar 13 2011. 15:48:25)

    Thanx to BoomerCE (DFT) for sharing, thanx to rewwps ( for reuploading
    Windows CE: 5.2 Build 3600 (Mar 29 2011. 15:43:01)

    Thnx to Boomer for sharing and to rewwps for re-uploading