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Help?! Smartphone (which runs on Windows)

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Hi guys. I'm currently after a smartphone (pref one which runs on windows) so I can install some medical software on it. I'm not too clued up on specs etc of such phones so all help is appreciated …
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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
Hi guys. I'm currently after a smartphone (pref one which runs on windows) so I can install some medical software on it. I'm not too clued up on specs etc of such phones so all help is appreciated

I'm currently on a sim only contract so an unlock(able) phone would be good, but I'll consider a contract if its a good enough deal. The cheapest I've found so far is £35 monthly for the HTC touch
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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
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[FONT="Verdana"]Are you sure the software will run on a smartphone? Apologies just want to confirm with you as I've seen problems with the commercial medical software running on low-end systems. I've previously had to help out relatives in the NHS (who work in IT) with computer problems they've had with issues ranging from software dependencies (i.e. specific versions of the JAVA Runtime Engine being present) through to lack of physical resources to run the software.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
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hmmm.... its designed to run on a PDA so I assumed there wouldn;t be a problem on a phone....
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hmmm.... its designed to run on a PDA so I assumed there wouldn;t be a problem on a phone....

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I would recommend you ask the reseller/vendor (dependent on who your dealing with) whether they have set requirements to run the software on a smart phone.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#4
are you still after one OP?
#5
Yes I can tell you all you need to know about Windows for smartphones....

LMK If you need help etc...

Latest version atm is 6.1 Pro... If you LMK what your medical program is i'll tell you if it should work...

Most of the medical dictionaries are OK on Symnian, UIQ and Windows, LMK how you get on...

maxmix
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hmmm.... its designed to run on a PDA so I assumed there wouldn;t be a problem on a phone....


PDA is a vrey broad spectrum of hardware / o.s. and performance, try and post the details of the application and I'm sure we can tell you what will / wont work :-)

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