That should be the right version. You can also try
npopuk303_wce30arm.zip (no ssl, but you can see if it at least opens
up on your J720)
npopuk303ssl_wce211arm.zip (very minor differences between CE3 and
It's possible I packed the wrong file into the zip archive -- or that
the file got corrupted somehow.
On 08/27/2015 16:03, "DaveW [via nPOPuk Forum]"
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> I still make occasional use of an HP Jornada 720, which I believe is
> Win CE3, HPC 2000.
> I've been using an old version of npop (v. 2.09), but wanted to
> bring it up to date.
> I downloaded npopuk303ssl_wce30arm.zip (669kb), unzipped and copied
> to the device.
> However, attempts to start the program produce an error message:
> "npopuk is not a valid Windows CE program."
> If this is not the correct version for my device, which is the
> correct one?
> Thank you,
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Thanks for checking the other files. I have just re-compiled the wce30/hpc2000 arm binary and replaced the one in the zip file, and then uploaded the new zip file to the web site.
The file size was very close (1248 vs 1247 kb) -- if I'd put the mips (1270 kb) or x86 (841 kb) binary in the zip file, it would have been obvious. The files did differ, but probably the build date is encoded somehow, and I don't have a good binary differ.
Sure, I'll be downloading it next week when we get home from vacation. The Win32 version anyway as I still use nPOPuk exclusively on the tablet.
I still have an HTC Kaiser and a Toshiba e830, both running WM6.5, but only start those up when my son wants to play Deep Down Race - a fun old game I helped test that never made it beyond Windows Mobile. I do have the previous release of nPOPuk installed on the little WM phone, so will probably overwrite that and give it a try. Will report if anything jumps up as not working properly. But I don't normally use that device and don't have any filters set up to test the changes.