ES400 - Internal Dog Food BETA 40.212

We have a new OS build for ES400 based on the recent work done on MC65.

There has been no formal testing of this build to date.

We are looking to get some internal Dog Food feedback on this build.  So if you are still using an ES400, please load it up and provide feedback.

If you are interested in trying it out and providing feedback, please contact Dawn Avenoso to get put on the Dog Food list and be given access to the build.
Thomas Cassar
Reminder for anyone else that

Reminder for anyone else that wants to test and provide feedback.
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Andrew Wood
Tom, Please can I have

Tom,

Please can I have access to the test code?

Thanks

Andy
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Marcus Kurath
Tom I would also be willing

Tom

I would also be willing to load this on my ES400 Please advise where I can download

marc


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William Perryman
I would like to test it with

I would like to test it with a large customer about to deploy 1500 devices.
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Abdul hamid Mujawar
Thomas, I would like to

Thomas,

I would like to test, please provide the link to download.

Thanks,

Abdul Hamid
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Ricardo Teixeira
I'm also interested in

I'm also interested in testing this new OS build.
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Philippe Piemont
Hi Installed and testing the

Hi Installed and testing the ES400

what I see:

- Bluetooth used to connect a Motorola HX550 headphone to the ES400:

--> Stability of the connection is poor (I was disconnected several times)

      compared to a mass market device HTC One, Motorola Defy and Dext

--> To connect the HX550 to the ES400, the ES400 has to be made visible



Hope that helpsPhilippe

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Philippe Piemont
Hi all Crash dump  Without

Hi all

Crash dump 

Without doing anything

Environment

BSP 40.212

Bluetooth on not connected

GPRS on no active communication

Outlook configured



How is it possible to collect these to send them to you?

Anyway I have collected dome informations obtained

Evnttype WinCe 501b Exception

Appname Service.exe

...

ModStam  3086F762

Offset 0000

Exception Information

Current process 0xCB2F2AFAA

Faulting Thread 0x0B5C7FB2

Owner Process 0xCBF2AFAA

Code 0xC00005



....



It is almost impossible to have a full call using a Bluetooth headset

the Bluetooth Headset is disconnected at least on time per call.

What informations do you need to improve that part crucial for small T&L companies that uses the ES400 as a phone and as an application platform?



Regards

Philippe  
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Anonymous (not verified)
Philippe,  There are a

Philippe,

 There are a couple of actions you can take when you get this error:

a) copy the Dr Watson dumpfile from \Windows\System\DumpFiles (should be a file with extension .kdmp)

b) export the RTLog as soon as the issue occurs (using the Programs/Debug/RTLogExport option) - the log will be located in \ExportLogs\Logs.

  The combination of these two files may help to understand what is happening in this case.

Best Regards,
Ian Hatton
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Thomas Cassar
ES400 Dog Food has been

ES400 Dog Food has been updated with a new build for dog food feedback.

New build 41.219 has been posted on the Dog Food compass site.

This build adds the Datalight flash file system drivers to the ES400.  Note that the Datalight file system results in a 220MB reduction in Flash ROM storage compared to previous non Datalight OS builds.  On boot up the Flash ROM available is now approx. 440MB standard partition + 96MB Application partition.

Also, if needed to perform a Clean boot, an updated Clean boot package is required with Datalight OS version.  This is also posted on the Dog Food page.

If you were not previously on the Dog food and want to be added: 
If you are interested in trying it out and providing feedback, please contact Dawn Avenoso to get put on the Dog Food list and be given access to the build.


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Anonymous (not verified)
Tom,  220MB is a huge

Tom,

 220MB is a huge reduction in the available flash memory of the ES400/MC65 i.e. one third less available memory compared to the current OS versions. Since partners and customers will ask why this is necessary in the Datalight-equipped OS, can we provide a technical explanation for the reduction?

Best Regards,
Ian Hatton
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