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Jason Dunn
11-14-2003, 08:02 PM
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/information/devprograms/smartphonedevkit/default.mspx' target='_blank'>http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/information/devprograms/smartphonedevkit/default.mspx</a><br /><br /></div><a href="http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/information/devprograms/smartphonedevkit/sdkorder.aspx"><img src="http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/information/devprograms/smartphonedevkit/images/DevKit_OrderNow.jpg" alt="User submitted image" title="User submitted image"/></a>"Jump to the forefront of wireless development and technology. Start developing applications for Smartphone using the MicrosoftŪ .NET Compact Framework with the all new Windows Mobile 2003-based Smartphone Developer Kit. The Smartphone Developer Kit provides all the resources you need (along with a few bonus items) to develop, test, and market innovative mobile applications for Smartphone. The Smartphone Developer Kit Includes:<br /><br />• Smartphone Developer Kit Quick Start Guide<br />• red e SC1100 Smartphone (pre-commercial device provided by EverLink Wireless)<br />• Power Adapter + Battery<br />• SIM card**<br />• Hands-free Headset<br />• USB Sync Cable<br />• User Manual (provided by EverLink Wireless)<br />• Windows Mobile 2003 feature guide<br />• The tools you need to begin developing and marketing applications for Windows Mobile-based Smartphones:<br />• • Visual Studio .NET 2003 60-day trial edition<br />• • Smartphone 2003 SDK CD, including eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0<br />• • Microsoft Mobile Development Toolkit, including tools to develop applications for Smartphone 2002 <br />• Support Information <br />• Information on Microsoft Mobile2Market, a comprehensive program for the logo certification and market delivery of Smartphone and Pocket PC applications<br />• Smartphone Developer T-shirt<br />• Smartphone Clip Watch"<br /><br />If you're interested in developing for the Smartphone platform, this is the best way to get started.

possmann
11-14-2003, 08:56 PM
i wish they included the Motorola phone instead :wink:

Robert Levy
11-14-2003, 08:59 PM
But the MPx200 uses Smartphone 2002 - the device in the kit has 2003 so for developers planning for the future, this is the way to go right now.

squirrelist
11-14-2003, 09:02 PM
Did anyone see the price? $499 for an unlocked GSM phone without a contract. Now if it was CDMA...

aussie
11-15-2003, 01:47 AM
I would love to know if they have fixed the problem with charging through the USB cable. It is the only thing that stops me from upgrading to 2003. If anyone knows please let me know.

The phone is great - I am very happy with my development phone purchase.

kiwi
11-15-2003, 02:51 AM
hey guys,

it would be nice to get the Motorola phone :-)

I was wondering, is there an emmulator for Smartphone like the SDK for PocketPC ? There's an application I would like to build for smartphone.

I'm holding out for a TriBand MPX200 if possible.

btw, Aussie, good luck in the Rugby World Cup Semi's Tonight! :P

cheers

b.

Jason Dunn
11-15-2003, 11:52 PM
I was wondering, is there an emmulator for Smartphone like the SDK for PocketPC ? There's an application I would like to build for smartphone.

Yes, I'm quite sure there's an emulator in the SDK - even with the phone, it's faster to test on the PC.

I'm holding out for a TriBand MPX200 if possible.

You can get exactly that right here:
http://estore.shopplex.com/app/storefront.aspx?cat_id=9&inv_id=31024132920583&modid=30214092059015&aid=5

:-D

Ramin
11-16-2003, 10:30 AM
I bought another Smartphone Developer Kit during PDC'03, but when I tried to sign into MSN Messenger... "Sign-in to MSN Messenger Service failed because the service is not compatible with this version of the program." :(

I guess it's only a matter of time before a new ROM update is released that hopefully allows us to use the MSN Messenger service again from our WM2003 Dev Kit Smartphones... Any news on when this might be? I think all the issues highlighted (missing T9 functionality, USB charging not working etc.) could easily be addressed with one final ROM update.

Still, it's great to finally be able to demo .NET Web Services on a working WM2003 Smartphone! :D So, this is the way to go right now for WM2003 development, until I can get my hands on an O2 Xphone (http://www.myO2Smartphone.com). 8)