Difference between revisions of "Symbian mobile software"

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[[Category: Symbian Series 60 mobile]]
  
 
<p>The Symbian mobile phone software has been tested on the Nokia 3650/3660 Series 60.  Once we are satisfied with the stability of this software we will begin targeting other Symbian phones as well.</p>
 
<p>The Symbian mobile phone software has been tested on the Nokia 3650/3660 Series 60.  Once we are satisfied with the stability of this software we will begin targeting other Symbian phones as well.</p>
 
<p>The current version of the Orbiter uses the SDL library since it is compatible with Linux, Windows and Windows CE.  It should work on Windows Pocket Phone-based mobile phones with minimal modifications, but has not yet been tested.  All the logic is in a UI and OS independent class.  The OrbiterSDL class is actually quite small, so it should be easy to use other libraries, such as Windows SDK's, to handle the Orbiter's graphic and text rendering.</p>
 
<p>The current version of the Orbiter uses the SDL library since it is compatible with Linux, Windows and Windows CE.  It should work on Windows Pocket Phone-based mobile phones with minimal modifications, but has not yet been tested.  All the logic is in a UI and OS independent class.  The OrbiterSDL class is actually quite small, so it should be easy to use other libraries, such as Windows SDK's, to handle the Orbiter's graphic and text rendering.</p>
 
<p>LinuxMCEVIP has its own software download page [[Download]].</p>
 
<p>LinuxMCEVIP has its own software download page [[Download]].</p>

Revision as of 14:10, 5 October 2007


The Symbian mobile phone software has been tested on the Nokia 3650/3660 Series 60. Once we are satisfied with the stability of this software we will begin targeting other Symbian phones as well.

The current version of the Orbiter uses the SDL library since it is compatible with Linux, Windows and Windows CE. It should work on Windows Pocket Phone-based mobile phones with minimal modifications, but has not yet been tested. All the logic is in a UI and OS independent class. The OrbiterSDL class is actually quite small, so it should be easy to use other libraries, such as Windows SDK's, to handle the Orbiter's graphic and text rendering.

LinuxMCEVIP has its own software download page Download.