Question about i-mate JAM Pocket PC
Assuming the site you are browsing is not the faultand your internet connection is up and running, there will be a setting or option in internet explorer to delete temporary files and cookies. Run this cleanup as you probably have some corrupt cookies which when you start to view the web page will be used to load the page quicker from the cached memory. close down i.explorer and open it u again and try browsing.
Posted on Mar 18, 2007
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Ok so your ipaq uses Pocket Internet explorer. Pocket IE is based off ie 5 if I remember correctly, so it's a bit outdated.
This is what I would try first. Simply try to move over to using Pocket Opera instead of IE. Yes it's technically a fix of the errors your having, but it's a work around that you should try for sure. Opera is well updated and adds a ton of features that Pocket IE doesn't have, and it displays pages in larger screens than IE can usually.
you can download it here...
Download the .cab if you are browing from the phone, download the .msi if you are downloading on a computer and installing through usb cable sync.
Now our other option is to try changing the user agents in Pocket IE to trick pages into thinking your using IE 6. Try using pocket opera first, I have to personally use opera on my phone for a few sites, it's just an issue I have to deal with.
Please reply back and let me know if this works, if not we can go from there and try the user agent changing.
I hope this has explained your question in detail. If I've helped you please don't forget to rate me.
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