Looks like you're using some nLited system to run it.
The most common cause for PhoCo not starting is that the Performance Counters are disabled. Run PhoneTest from the PhoneCOntrol.NET directory. It may pop up a message box saying that Performance counters were disabled and it tried to correct that.
Just a small bug in the loading screen for skins with a resolution different to 848x480, the loading dialog seems to be scaled by the scale factor calculated out of skin-resolution and set resolution (just how it should be) but as basis 848x480 is used instead of the skin resolution.
for example having a skin with 1024x600 pixels and having the resolution set to 1024x600 results in a loading dialog with 848x480 (cut off) cause the scale factor is 1 (skin and set resolution are the same) and CF scales 848x480 by 1 instead of scaling the skin resolution by 1.
It works correctly after the loading screen so just a small flaw which was present in 1.6 already but I wasn't sure if it's caused by a wrong setting in the skin till now so I didn't post it.
I had the following problem when using the last version of PhoCo prior to it being changed to an oem application for CF, as well as the version that is embedded by default into CF now with this new version of CF RC1:
When hitting "start scan" at the initial wizard setup phase, it will sit there scanning "forever" -- at least 12 minutes -- I finally stopped it. It is doing that now with the embedded CF version as well. I am using a Sony Ericsson W810i and have no problems using the phone within other bluetooth communication pieces of software, IE, RRMobile's phone plugin, dialupnetworking from within windows, and with sony ericsson's application as well as float's mobile agent.
Curious if I've messed something up for PhoCo to stop working, any thoughts?
*note* i have not searched at all on this forum or on zorro's forum yet, as i just installed all of this, this morning before work (and very illegally, while driving to work -- yes i was anxious to try out this much hyped new version of cf and phoco)
I think it could be right...
For consumer products it's the right methodology.
I've found two simple bugs...
After removing CF 1.6, I installed RC1 without deleting folders...
When I ran CF, it showed a blank dialog box with a blank button that closes CF when clicked.
So I deleted Fluxmedia folder and installed again. It's working fine now.
The secound one is related to the algorithm for browsing media.
It's a very common thing (I'm programmer too).
When you are at the first row and press |< or at the last row and press >|, it refresh the list in different places.
Try pressing >| at the last row and then press |< back. It will show different songs.