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    Tool for Symbian v6.1 (N-Gage)

    did anyone know tool to develop c++ software in n-gage ???

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    Re: Tool for Symbian v6.1 (N-Gage)

    The general/generic S60 1.2 (S60 1st Edition) C++ SDK + whatever IDE's were supported at the time (CodeWarrior 2.*, MS VisualStudio 6).

    I don't know if the S60 1.2 SDK works with newer CodeWarrior 3.1 or Carbide IDEs.

    There was also a separate game development SDK for game publisher that made the N-Gage games, but that one was only available under separate game publishing/development agreement with Nokia.

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    Smile Re: Tool for Symbian v6.1 (N-Gage)

    Hello senlie,

    Your device is based on Symbian OS v6.1.
    And as you wish to work with C++, you can work with Symbian C++ for Symbian OS enabled phones.

    Download SDK from the following link:
    Find out appropriate category for your phone in the download section:
    http://www.newlc.com/Nokia-Series-60-SDK.html

    Regards.
    Kiran.

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    Smile Re: Tool for Symbian v6.1 (N-Gage)

    Thanks for all of your help, 'cos i tried using code warrior 3.1 and carbide c++ express but it cannot detect my sdk 1st edition.

    Thanks alot guys.....

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    Re: Tool for Symbian v6.1 (N-Gage)

    Hi,

    You have to manually select in "preferences".

    Cheer's

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    Re: Tool for Symbian v6.1 (N-Gage)

    Hi,

    that's probably because the carbide.c++ SDK recognition is based on "devices.exe" command, which was added with one of later SDKs(7.0s??). To add the odl 6.1 SDK into carbide.c++ it should be enough to download install one of the newer SDKs (which comes with "devices.exe" command) and then add the old SDK manually from command line via devices.exe. I tried it and SDK was well recognized by carbide.c++ IDE - but I didn't try to compile anything.

    Anyway for those antique phones I suggest to use MSVC 6.0 as the ideall tool or CW if you need on-device debugging.

    Regards,
    STeN

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