Q&A: UMPC Emulator?

Q&A: UMPC Emulator?

This is a question received by Intel Software Network Support, along with the response supplied by one of our experts at Intel:

Q. Is there an Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC) simulator available?

A. Microsoft offers a UMPC display emulatorthrough their Windows Vista* Developer Center. The direct download link is here.

(Please note that these links will take you to external web sites. Intel is not responsible for content or availability of these sites.)

To view all ofthe UMPC content on theIntel Software Network site, please visit http://www.intel.com/software/mobile.

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hi,

Thanks for this info, ms umpc display emulator is easy to use, simply intercepts all of win32 functions.

More about ms umpc is detours, detours is a library for instrumenting arbitrary win32 functions on x86, x64, and IA64 machines. Detours intercepts win32 functions by re-writing the in-memory code for target functions. the detours package also contains utilities to attach arbitrary dll and data segments (called payloads) to any win32 binary.

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thanks!!!.

Intel just released a tool to help developers determine how portable software applications are to the varied UMPC devices. Please go to learn the tool information and get start at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/ultra-mobile-pc-evaluator-tool

Jason(Community Mgr)

It appears this tool is no longer available. I'm actually interested in a device emulator on Linux for MIDs. Can you point me to where I might find this?

I double checked the links in this thread today and found them to all be available. Can you be more specific, pgoodall? Which tool couldn't you find?

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