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Error :The remote connection to the device has been lost.What that means ??

My question about Windows Mobile : VB.Net 2008 SP1

I'm facing an error while I'm debugging my project , This is the error message :

"The remote connection to the device has been lost.Please verify the device connection and restart debugging."

I saved my project and closed it , and opened it again but the same error. I tried changing platforms and devices images (6 - 6.1 - 6.4 - 6.5 ),And I have the same error. I made a Reset (Hardware and software ) for emulators , And the same.

Note :
1- The connection between Cellular Emulator or Remote Registry Editor with the devices emulators are OK.
2- I tried another project ( as a test ) and it works fine on the Device Emulator.
3- When I start debugging , "Deploy Succeed" shows up in the status bar and the rectangle
with spinning colored circle shows on Mobile Device Screen , and after a few seconds it show that message I mentioned above.
Mar 27 '10 #1
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Hello Ashraf Fawzy,

This question belongs in the Mobile Dev forum. Lets get a Moderator to move it to that forum to get you your answer.

Happy Coding,
Apr 5 '10 #2
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Sometimes you can get this if you overload the memory on the device, or for other reasons you code causes the device to stop responding. It can no longer communicated with the computer and thus is "disconnected"

Step through your code and find the line that causes this, I assume it is happening at the same point each time.
Apr 8 '10 #3

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