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Microsoft® Mobile Development Handbook by Peter Foot, Daniel Moth, Andy Wigley

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Chapter 9. Getting Connected

In this chapter:

Understanding Connections on Windows Mobile 331

Using Desktop Passthrough 335

Making Voice and Data Calls 337

Enabling and Disabling Adapters 346

SMS Interception 353

Mobile application developers often spend more time and effort than their desktop colleagues do on interacting with the mobile device platform on tasks that are not directly related to the business functionality of the application but that are still essential to a successful solution. Mobile devices usually support a number of different networking technologies, including direct cable connections or wireless connections over a mobile phone network, such as WiFi or Bluetooth. This chapter looks at the tasks necessary to establish a network connection ...

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