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    nextgen Mess with WinCE...

    Big question...

    How can I copy files within the WinCE 6.0 "Windows" folder, using, for example, a simple script make with MortScript.exe?
    Example using the "XCopy" command ....

    In essence, I have to create a new virtual COM port (VCP COM port) enough on the FTDI FT232RL (USB to TTL) chip.
    To do this, I have to copy the files ("Drivers" folder enclosed) .dll, .inf, and .reg to the "Windows" folder of WinCE.
    After that, they launch the .inf file (such as ??? procedure ???) in theory, in the end I should have a virtual COM in WinCE 6.0, which with USB to TTL hardware, and then after TTL to the TMC receiver, I wanted to exploit this To add a TMC receiver hardware to my 2 Din Chinese, and use Igo Nextgen WinCE for TMC.
    With electronics and hardware I should not have problems, I can invent the device (I hope) but have no clear idea of ​​how I can create a virtual COM port in WinCE in my 2Din unit.
    Maybe I use the SD where I swing Nextgen rather than USB output (USB unit which supports USB mass storage, but the specifications of the 2 din write ONLY USB output suitable for multimedia like mp3-mp4 and video files).

    An idea taken from here:
    Spoiler: XDA...
    Code:
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    that I would like to develop for my 2Din chinese unit. ;
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    Last edited by Boki_Srb; 6th July 2017 at 07:02 AM.

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