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Nowadays PDAs and Smartphones come with different operating systems. Nokia and Sonyericcson use the Symbian based software. You have indicated your model group as i-mate. It comes with Windows CE pocket PC edition which is totally different than Symbian. There are many softwares available. what kind of software do you need? You can proceed to download.com and choose the category as Windows CE or Pocket PC you will see alot of applications Good Luck
Actually the reason why it's saying that is because that card is not compatible with the Dell Axim X5 because if it was you wouldn't get that response. I'm still looking for a Wi-Fi card for mine as well because I ordered the P500 Wi-Fi compact flash card from Dell then come to find out it wasn't compatible with the Axim X5, it was discontinued.
If you install the Toshiba Pocket PC e570 via USB cradle under Windows 2000 or Windows XP a warning message may appear durning this installation:
The driver for the USB cradle comes from Microsoft and is integrated in the ActiveSync 3.5 Software. This driver has not been signed, therefore this warning appears.
This is only a warning messages. You can certainly continue with the installation, and expect the driver to run well.
Microsoft has produced a new ActiveSync Version 3.5 and has released it 1st of March 2002 . The issue is solved in the new version. The version number has remained the same, but the Build Number has increased form Build 1176 to Build 12007.
This new ActiveSync Software can be downloaded from the Microsoft.
Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Update 2 official statement
This document provides useful information for end users and IT professionals to successfully update Windows® Powered Pocket PC 2002 with the latest improvements to the Microsoft® Pocket PC 2002 software included in the update.
This update provides improvements to the following problems.
Calling IpReleaseAddress() causes a multi-homed Pocket PC 2002 device to stop responding.
Server Sync cannot synchronize if a specific meeting is in Inbox or Calendar.
”Trouble Connecting” error appears even when a user wants to end a connection
FTP User/Password authentication default overrides user “anon.”
Pocket Internet Explorer sometimes does not send Submit button Name/value information.
Pocket Internet Explorer is slow to load a pages with JScript®.
IMAP4 service stops responding when attempting to download e-mail with certain attachments.
Media Player Full Screen playback breaks on second played clip.
Advanced VPN Settings will not save in Pocket PC 2002.
System .WAV sound files have extra noise at the end.
Setup and Installation
The PPCEUU2_.CAB file includes the EUU2 improvements described above as well as all previous updates. Once installed, the device will permanently store the changes in flashable ROM, saving the device RAM for applications and program memory.
Be sure to back up all of the data on the Pocket PC 2002 before beginning the installation process.
Ensure that the device has a minimum of 9 MB of free system RAM*. (Refer to your owner’s manual on how to free up additional memory.) The required memory is used only for the installation and will be available again once the setup has completed.
Be sure to keep the device connected to your power adapter during the updating process.
* System RAM is RAM available to the device apart from additional RAM storage cards.
Two methods of updating your PocketPC e310:
Method 1. Updating your Pocket PC while connected to the Internet or intranet
Ensure that the device is connected to the Internet or intranet through either a modem or LAN card.
On the device, open Microsoft® Pocket Internet Explorer and enter the URL to the Update page. (Consult your system administrator if you are not sure of the URL.)
Navigate to the appropriate page to locate the PPCEUU2_.CAB file.
Download the file.
Answer “Yes” in the dialog box when you are prompted.
The .cab file will open and install automatically. Answer questions when you are prompted during setup.
Do not attempt to turn off or restart the device while the update is in progress. After applying a ROM update, do not attempt to restore a backup that was made before the ROM update was installed.
Method 2. Updating your Pocket PC while connected to a desktop computer
Ensure that the device is docked and connected to