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Forums :: ELK-RM "Software for User Remote Control" :: ElkRM on WM6

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ElkRM on WM6
Posted by adamdelisse on 11/03/2007 04:56 PM

Since the new WM6 ships with .NET 2 environment, would ElkRM work on WM6 in addition to WM5?

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by chuchi78 on 01/28/2008 02:22 PM

I'd also like feedback on this topic. I recently purchased an AT&T Tilt PDA phone running Windows Mobile 6 Professional, but running the Elk RM installer only prompts the message, "ElkRM_Full_Install_1_2_12" is not a valid Pocket PC application." Any plans to support Windows Mobile 6?

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by cwhitworth on 01/30/2008 05:47 AM

ElkRM has been tested on WM6 (Windows CE 6.0) with the .Net Compact Framework version 2.0. It seems to run just fine. chuchi78: If you are trying to run the Installable from the WM6 device, it will not work. If you install the program on a PC, it will put an installable on your PC that Active Sync will recognize and install. If all else fails, install ElkRM on the PC. Then go into the "Program Files" menu and copy the entire ElkRM folder onto the WM6 device. Remember that ElkRM requires at least 640x480 screen resolution. Please keep us informed on your progress.

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by kmaluo on 01/31/2008 12:28 AM

Please please please work on 320x240 support. Does anyone know when this is going to happen? Is it that had to program? I have a Sprint Touch, and I can't get decent resolution emulation software to work.

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by hoffpauir on 03/14/2008 01:16 AM

*ditto Support for current PDA phones with QVGA dispalys would be GREATLY appreciated!

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by nerdboytodd on 04/07/2008 03:26 PM

Just adding another vote for support for this screen resolution! Any idea how feasible this is? Timeframe or resources necessary to make this happen?

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by americam on 06/30/2008 02:32 PM

Another for QVGA resolution

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by accessha on 07/06/2008 12:40 AM

Another vote for QVGA resolution

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by edfinley on 07/08/2008 05:03 PM

I'll ditto this also. It would greatly improve this product!

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by stephenm27 on 07/11/2008 01:23 PM

Since this seems to be something a few folks are interested in... We (my company) have developed a complete ELK M1G control offering that is compatible with WM5/WM6/mobile phones. We are currently in limited beta and it's a very stable offering at this point. In short, we've exposed all the remote capabilities that you commonly want---complete arm/disarm, task, output, custom settings, and climate (thermostat) control. Lighting control is currently being considered. I don't want to violate ELK's posting guidelines regarding mentioning commercial products (if there are such restrictions) on the forums, but if Brad or other ELK representative will give the OK, I'll be happy to provide contact info and additional details to interested parties. cheers/ sdm

Edited by stephenm27 on 07/11/2008 01:46 PM

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by sharby on 07/13/2008 10:32 PM

Please provide this "Beta" testing via here or Cocoontech. I know for a fact that the "VIPs" will welcome your solution; as this promotes more sales for the ELK M1G. I personally have worked with PowerHome to fully develop full automation that is lacked in the core processor. Thank you. -=*Sharby*=-

Re: ElkRM on WM6
Posted by stephenm27 on 07/14/2008 11:39 PM

We will definitely post a note on CocoonTech when we begin opening up the beta program a bit wider. I happened to stumble upon this thread when I was here checking for a firmware update and thought I'd at least offer up some hope for those seeking a mobile-friendly solution for the M1.

Given what we're seeing in terms of feedback right now, our announcement shouldn't be too far out.

We look forward to helping Elk users get even more out of their automation investment.

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