Install Wince 5.0 Pna
I have a Chinese GPS hand-held with Windows CE on board and I would like to install my own applications on. The problem is that this device starts its own UI and doesn't have the option to shut it down (this is basically new dashboard with GPS, media players etc.). I would like to get rid of this app completely so I have a clean system that I can write programs to.
Install Wince 5.0 Pna
If you have Windows CE 6.0 OS Builer version on you desktop, and have VS2005/8, you could create your own build of Windows CE for the handheld, and deploy it using ActiveSync.This would be the equivalent of clean reinstall of the OS on the handheld.
The PC is used for XCSoar installation only and is useful for configuration, waypoint planning etc. Standard install uses Windows running ActiveSync. It is also possible to install XCSoar with Linux, Mac OS X, from Flash card or directly from the internet. See Install for further information.
OziExplorerCE Software This is the download that is most likely needed to run OziExplorerCE on a Navigator. We refer to these as a wince core arm device. The GPS / Navigators which use the WinCE "Core" OS may be devices which are dedicated to particular tasks such as running specific navigation software. 1. Download the file and manually copy it to the device or Memory card using windows explorer.2. Configure your navigator to run the program - most Chinese Navigators have the ability in their setup to specify which program is run when the GPS Software option is clicked. Funtrek / Endura Holux Funtrek 130 / 132Lowrance EnduraIf you have one of these devices there are special versions of OziExplorerCE to support the special features these devices have. Device specific versions Click here to download these Versions
If you have a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) you can turn it into a PNA (or PND) by installing software that is compatible with your OS (like Windows Mobile). As many older PDA's have a separate GPS receiver (either wired or Bluetooth) and the software that was designed for these devices is no longer supported, you can give these devices a new lease of life because some of the applications that were designed for these devices are still available (and often free). Basically the program is a shell which uses data from OpenStreetMaps, meaning that you will always have a recent map for the area you wish to use the device in. Amongst others (there is an overview in the Windows Mobile article, if your device runs on this OS):
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