I'm trying to develop an application that will have to run on 2nd and 3rd Edition phones. The 2nd Edition emulator is working fine, and I also have an N70 to test things on. However, I don't have any 3rd Edition devices, so I'm having to rely on the emulator (which is spectacularly unstable). Anyway, with this fancy security model used by the 3rd Edition phones, I'd like to make sure any .SIS I create will actually work before I send it off for people to test - does it put files in valid locations where they can then be accessed by the app, that sort of thing. The reason I want to do it myself is because remote debugging via email takes forever. I know that typically .SIS files will contain ARM binaries, but isn't there any way to compile an equivalent for the emulator with WINS binaries?