Pocket PC Keygen

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I was wondering if an updated version of Richard64's pocket pc keygen is on the cards? I does not like the current 2113 algo.
Dommac2000 said it is based on his 0.85 PC version. We are now on v0.9.
 

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I've had a play and updated PocketPC Richard's code (or it that my code :)). Not sure if it's fully working but I've uploaded it to the keygen thread.
Let me know if it works or not.
 

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dommac2000 said:
I've had a play and updated PocketPC Richard's code (or it that my code :)). Not sure if it's fully working but I've uploaded it to the keygen thread.
Let me know if it works or not.
Yes m8 works a treat. Thanks. OK with 2133 and 2112 algos, will try more later.

I did post several replies yesterday, but a they all got mislaid due to the upgrade of the forum’s software.

I was asking in the mislaid post, what you programme in. Is it C++ ( or is that old hat now? ) Years ago I dabbled in BASIC on the ZX Spectrum, then later in assembler on the Amstrad 1512!!, but I must admit I never did get into anything Windows based. Could you recommend any books, online tutorial ect? Nothing too heavy to start off with, just the way to print “Hello World” ( my first ever assembler code!! ) and stuff like that.

When I first got into this “puzzle”, the aim was to put together a spreadsheet to work out all the codes for me, so I needed a good understanding of how do it all manually. Then as I got deeper into it, I realised that all the hard work had been done by people like yourselves! So made my attempt of a spreadsheet pointless!...........Still, it will give me something to do, I suppose.
 

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The Swerv said:
Yes m8 works a treat. Thanks. OK with 2133 and 2112 algos, will try more later.

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I was asking in the mislaid post, what you programme in. Is it C++ ( or is that old hat now? ) Years ago I dabbled in BASIC on the ZX Spectrum, then later in assembler on the Amstrad 1512!!, but I must admit I never did get into anything Windows based. Could you recommend any books, online tutorial ect? Nothing too heavy to start off with, just the way to print “Hello World” ( my first ever assembler code!! ) and stuff like that.

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The Keygen was written in C# using Visual Studio 2003 (it was the first programming I've done for a while). Visual Studio 2005 has just been released and you can freely download the 'express' versions at
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I think they'll come with 'Quick Start' examples or you'll be able to find the 'Quick Starts' on MSDN.
 

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Can i ask where you uploaded the keygen to? I can never find what i'm looking for.
 

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Nesagi said:
Can i ask where you uploaded the keygen to? I can never find what i'm looking for.
It was in the 'closed' room (but this no longer exists after the forum software updates- it may be back soon I think)
 
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