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    Reading and writing raw sectors means QT - how?

    Hello!
    Prompt please how to implement direct access (read and write raw sectors) to a logical partition means QT (I want to do this is through QT, then to be used on Symbian). Through the WinAPI is done easily and naturally with CreateFile, but this option can not be transferred to the mobile version of the program ... That is, if there is a QT analog RRawDisk? Is this possible at all through QT or have to do separately for each platform?

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    Re: Reading and writing raw sectors means QT - how?

    Access to the raw image of a "partition" is a protected actifvity in all brands of phones.

    Or did you mean you want to access sectors in a given file?

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    Re: Reading and writing raw sectors means QT - how?

    No, I want to have access to it is a logical partition, such as boot sector, or anyone else. We can assume that the TCB so that I have.

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    Re: Reading and writing raw sectors means QT - how?

    I'm guessing you have to use Symbian for that.

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