CETools internally uses the Active Sync API, so for TMS CETools there is still a requirement to have the Active Sync API available on Windows.
but it's a DLL ? can i have more specifications ?
For Windows 7, see:
How is the best way to check (with CETools) if a device is connected or disconnected ? using a timer (i think) but how ?
A regular check using a timer with the TCEDeviceInfo.Connected: boolean check.
ok but if i disconnect device TCEDeviceInfo.Connected is always true !. I must do TCEDeviceInfo.Open and close too ? but consume of memory and CPU are too high.. i think !
TCEDeviceInfo.Connected relates to the fact that a device is connected over USB. The Connect/Disconnect calls refer to opening a software connection to the device. If you do a software disconnect but the device remains plugged in via USB, it will keep reporting Connected as true.