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    SDK Backward Compatibility?

    Hi -

    I'm developing on an N82 (3rd ED, rev 1), using 5th Ed. It seems to be working (using the gcce compiler.)

    Is the 5th edition backward compatible to 3rd ed phones? It appears to be...

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    Re: SDK Backward Compatibility?

    yes it is if you ware not using Special APIs specific to v5.x

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    Re: SDK Backward Compatibility?

    Quote Originally Posted by rickbsgu View Post
    Is the 5th edition backward compatible to 3rd ed phones? It appears to be...
    See "binary compatibility report between S60 3rd Edition and S60 5th Edition on ARM".

    See also Nokia Developer's Library > S60 5th Edition C++ Developer's Library v2.1 > Designing applications for S60 5th Edition > Porting applications to S60 5th Edition > Binary compatibility.

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    Re: SDK Backward Compatibility?

    @aponomarenko, Thank you for the response. But pls note the initial query was posted more than an year back.

    Regards
    Gopal

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