Config MC9000 with VC5000 - IT VIET

Technology Hardware & Solution Provider

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Config MC9000 with VC5000

Configure Network Connection
AppCenter CE 1.10 (Build 1332 or latest version 1450) VC5000
AppCenter CE 1.10 (Build 1332 or latest version 1450) MC9000-G

Telnet Client – loaded from Host – Add Host Profiles on Units

Required Setup on Host Computer
       I.      •  Install Active-Sync 4.2
    II.      •  Install Rem Caputure  -
 III.      •  Install 123 Scan –  
 IV.      •  Install Wavelink Telnet 9000 AS Version 6.1 -
    V.      •  Install Wavelink Telnet 5000 AS Version 6.1 -

I. Configure Network Connection
1Open Mobile Companion (program)> Options  
Select - Access AP Networks
Select - Access Ad-Hoc networks
Select - Enable Rouge AP Detection

2.  Mobile Companion > Find WLANs
Select ESSID > Select Connect
Profile Name: your ESSID
802.11 ESSID: your ESSID
Operating Mode: Infrastructure
Country: USA or Applicable Country
Ø  tab over to Authentication
Select with dropdown arrow > none
Ø  Tab over to Encryption
Select with dropdown arrow Open System
Ø  Tab over to IP Config
Select with dropdown arrow > DHCP
Ø  Tab over to Power
Select with dropdown arrow > Automatic

Click OK at top of selection box.
Verify your ESSIDis set to default in Mobile Companion Window
Click OK on Mobile Companion Window

II.     Wavelink Telnet 9000 AS Version 6.1

Application required for uploads/downloads for VC5090 & MC9060/MC9090

Version 6.1 (Win CE.NET 4.2 for the MC9060 and WIN CE 5.0 for the MC9090)


Select Emulation for MC9060 and MC9090

Set Scan Handler profile to Q())[SS2]

ActiveSync 4.2 must be used with Wavelink software

3.     Wavelink Telnet 5000 AS Version 6.1

To be included when key mapping is available

  1. Telnet Client add Host Profile for Telnet
Required for VC5090 & MC9060/MC9090
Open Telnet Client > Open Options Menu
Ø  Select Configure > Host Profiles > Add 
Ø  Alias Telnet Sap System name (BUS) etc –
Ø  Enter IP address and Port from SAP-Console
Ø  Emulation Type VT220 & Save  

4. AppCenter CE 1.10 (Build 1332)
Load with ActiveSync 4.2 from Host computer


AppCenter CE 1.10 (Build 1332) is compatible with the following Symbol devices:

Windows CE 4.x       
Windows CE 5.x

Add Program


Tap the “[…]” button to view available programs (see section on Approving new

applications not shown in the browse “[…]” for additional information), and
then tap the icon to approve the application. Note you can also manually fill in the
data on the screen, however the “[…]” button makes it easier.
 Find Telnet Client & Add

A. Admin Mode Configuration Options

There are several new Configuration Options that can be used to display different
icons within the AppCenter task bar when running in User Mode.
Hide Start Menu – Disables Start Menu and
enables the other options icons on the task bar.
Debug Mode – Creates entries in the Debug Data
textbox whenever an unapproved application is
Show AirBeam – Indicates whether AirBeam Safe
is connected or not, roaming, or disabled. The
default is for the icon to be enabled.
Show Home – Displays a Home icon that can be
used to return to AppCenter.
Show Time – Displays the time.
Show Signal – Indicates the wireless network
signal strength. The default is for the icon to be
Show BatteryIndicates battery strength. The default is for the icon to be enabled.
a. Registry Entries
The following REG entries. These entries
are automatically created when using the Admin Options dialog above.

NOTE: Tapping the new signal strength icon produces the Mobile
Companion popup menu. In order to successfully run Mobile Companion

Hide Task Bar
There is a new registry setting that can be used to disable both the Windows and AppCenter taskbar from displaying on the bottom of the screen. This option can be used with programs that want to use the whole screen. The program is responsible for setting its window size to the full screen size. The setting is located at:
HideAllTaskBars defaults to false (0). Set true (1) to remove the Windows and
AppCenter taskbar..

Re-Launch Interval
There is a new registry entry that can be used to disable an approved application icon for a period of time after it has been initially tapped. This prevents an application from being launched multiple times. This may be necessary when launching .NET Compact Framework applications that take a long time to initialize and load. The interval is entered in hex.
The setting is located at:

Open AppCenter.reg file on Symbol Unit \Application\ folder 

Edit in Microsoft Word Pad

1.     123Scan Version

Application required for uploads/downloads for VC5090

An Advanced Data Formatting (ADF) rule gives you the capability to modify your bar code data before sending it to the scanner. Each ADF rule consists of:

·           Criteria: A filter defining which bar codes will have their data formatted. If a rule is written without specifying a criteria, it applies to all scanned bar codes.

·           Action: Specify the operation(s) to be performed on the bar code data.

To create the ADF rule(s):

  • Select the ADF Rules tab.

  • In the Criteria area of Rule 1, specify the criteria for the first ADF rule.
  • The four criterion are:

·           Code Type

·           Code Length

·           String

·           Starting at position.

  • In the Action area of Rule 1, click on the row labeled ‘1.’ as follows:

·           Left click the mouse to define the first action/operation to be performed on the bar code (see Step 4. for instructions).

·           Right click the mouse to edit, copy, paste, insert and delete options.

  • In the Insert Action dialog box box, select the desired action from the Action list on the left. The fields on the right are enabled according to the selection made on the left. Enter the desired values in these field(s).

To specify a special character (when field is enabled):
Select it from the drop-down list.-or-Click the  button in the upper left corner and double-click the desired item from the displayed table.
  • Click the  button to insert this action into your ADF rule.

  • To define the next action, click on the next row and repeat step 3 to 5.

  • After you have defined all the actions to be included in the ADF rule, click the  button in the toolbar to save your settings.

  • To add a new rule, select Add Rule from the ADF Edit menu and repeat steps 3 to 7.

See examples below for VC5090 setup

1.     Symbol Remote Capture v1.03.06
This Program Locks in all settings

Application required for uploads/downloads for VC5090 and MC9060/MC9090


The Symbol Remote Capture v1.03.06 is used to capture changes to a device’s registry and/or file system changes and deploy captured registry and/or file system changes to a device.

Installation Prerequisites

Windows XP or Windows 2000 and Microsoft Active Sync 4.2.
Installation Instructions
To install Symbol Remote Capture, do the following:

STEP 1: Click on RemCapture1.03.06.msi to start installation    
STEP 2: Follow the installation with installation wizard. Windows installer will guide you through the installation.
STEP 3: Launch Symbol Remote Capture from “Start Menu->Program Files->Symbol Remote Capture->Symbol Remote Capture”

No comments:

Post a Comment