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    Quote Originally Posted by srimanthadxb View Post
    Thanks for the reply Strephon .

    My actual requirement is to disable Copy/Paste command in a windows CE device.

    does anybody help me with any alternative way.
    You may need some industrial used GPS module. I have seen ICP DAS GPS/GPRS modules work on WIN CE 5 PAC for the demo. This is one of the alternative if you are using non-mobile windows CE device.
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    I have a chinese Car-portable GPS unit which runs on win CE 6.0,
    and I need to Hide my FLASH ROM 4GB the (Built in 4GB Memory) from the MASS STORAGE when connected to a PC.

    Can you please guide me how to hide or stop FLASH ROM appearing in to the MASS STORAGE when connected to a PC.
    i want only SD card to appearing as MASS STORAGE or Active SYNC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strephon Alkhalikoi View Post
    Not possible. Windows CE/Windows Mobile is a single user OS and was not designed with multiple user accounts in mind, thus an admin password was never provided as an option. Whether that changed in the Nokia Lumia line of smartphones I don't know, as I switched to Android once I saw the tile-based interface coming for Windows Mobile.
    Dear Strephon,

    Can you helpp me to Hide the Built in FLASH ROM in a Chinese GPS unit with win-CE6.0, when connected to a PC .

    I want to disable or Hide the Built in (4GB) FLASH ROM, appearing as MASS STORAGE DEVICE when connected to a PC

 

 
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