Set the Manufacturer (Mobile Practices) and Product Name (Device Cool App) as follows: It's time to add Device Cool (the Device Cool App project output) to the CAB Project.
Try mine first, it's least likely to break anything on your computer.
Update 15/04/2013: I've updated the tutorial so it points to 4.40 v1.03 (rather than 1.02b).
As I've said before, Visual Studio still using the traditional way to build a cabinet file at low-level.
But it DOESN'T mean that Visual Studio Smart Device CAB projects are just a graphical front-end for the tool.
You'll need: Another early note, you need multi MAN .
You don't want to accidentally upgrade to official firmware now, do you?
Seriously, I spent some extra time to make sure everything was gigabit ready.
To my delight, it wasn't my fault =) There are lots of dodgy fixes for this on the internet.
This time I'm going back to a basic topic: How to create a windows mobile installer for our mobile (Pocket PC / Smartphone)application.
I've already blogged before about how to build a which registers the assemblies on the . But this time I'm focusing on the installer itself.
What the does, is defined on a rather cryptic and confused information (.inf) file which is *kind of* installation script.