Question about HTC Touch P3450 Smartphone
Some applications do require a newer version of .NETCF. You see, I have uploaded .NETCF v3.5for you. I have also uploaded a small application, .Net Configuration. Install both of them on your device, and run '.Net Configuration'. I'll tell you how I configured it on my device, and you decide if it fits your needs: In the 'Device Policy' tab, I selected '3.5.7283' and tapped on 'Apply'. However I know that the mobile calculator doesn't quite like v3.5, for what, in the 'Application Policy' tab, I selected '\Windows\MobileCalculator.exe' , assigned it to '2.0.7045' (my version of the default .NETCF v2;0 - yours might be slightly different) and tapped on 'Apply'. Tapped on 'ok' to leave the application, and restarted my device.
Of course you can do it differently: set your 'Device Policy' to v2.0 (as it has ever been) and assign the application, which is issuing errors with v2.0, to v3.5.
Hope it works for you.
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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