Screen alignment is part of the boot process of the Windows CE device, and is only necessary the first time, the device is booted, or after a hard reset. However,
Screen alignment is part of the boot process of the Windows CE device, and is only necessary the first time, the device is booted, or after a hard reset. However, sometime we want to bypass it for our soul purpose. So how can we do this?
Remote Screen Alignment (Project Discontinued) will help you here. This application runs on your desktop computer and retrieves the alignment information from the device. It then stores the information in a file on your computer. As long as you have this file, you will never need sighted assistance to align the screen no matter how many times you hard format the device.
When you start the Remote Screen Alignment program, you will find four buttons with focus on the first one:
- OK button – is pressed to close the application. Tapping the Escape key or pressing Alt+F4 will achieve the same result.
- Skip button – is used to align the screen of your device remotely from your computer.
- Retrieve button – allows you to get the screen alignment information from your device, given that it is already properly aligned, and to store it in a file that you can use later to align your device screen after a hard reset.
- Alignment button – runs the normal screen alignment process and store the alignment information on your computer. You will need to manually align the screen if you select this option.
To learn more about this download the user manual. (Project Discontinued)
Download Remote Screen Alignment (Project Discontinued)
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