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OEMs have a variety of hardware options when building Windows Mobile devices. Some hardware features have associated programmable behaviors that developers can use for their Windows Mobile applications.
In This Section
- Mobile Device Hardware Overview
Describes the standard hardware features included on Windows Mobile devices.
- Navigation Keys
Describes the hardware navigation controls that allow a user to start applications, navigate lists, open records, and close fields and dialog boxes.
- Program Keys
Describes the program keys included on most devices for Windows Mobile Professional and Windows Mobile Classic.
- How to Modify Program Key Behavior
Provides a code example showing how you can extend the program-key associated behavior of your application.
- How to Program a Press-and-Hold Feature
Provides a step-by-step procedure showing how you can use the press-and-hold feature of a program key when programming your application.
- How to Override the Back Key for Dialog Boxes with Edit Controls
Provides a step-by-step procedure for overriding the default behavior of the Back key on Windows Mobile Standard.
- How to Handle the Back Key for Dialog Boxes Without Edit Controls
Provides a code example showing how to handle the WM_COMMANDmessage sent by the Back key.