Question about Casio Cassiopeia E-200 Pocket PC
Hi, I would like to know if it's possible connect my pda to my pc through cradle and share the broadband to update it?? No cf cards are available right now and everytime I try with a new connection it says: trhough Hayes compatible on com 1 then ask me for number to call! In settings I found PPT1 NDISWAN Adapter...but I guess I need a card? Pls suggest me the easy way to solve and use the broadband on my pc...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cassiopeia E-125 & Nokia 7650
You will need 2 things. Software to load on your E-125. The included Cd with your Nokia should have it. You will need a special cable to connect Nokia to E-125. I don't know where you will find it easily. There is a firm in Finland which makes all kinds of cables to connect different models of Cassiopeias to different models of mobile phones - essentially Siemens, Nokia & Ericsson. They run about US$ 50/= Last time I saw their listing it was 4 pages long. You might have to do some searching on the net or contact Casio for information. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 05, 2005
First sorry for my bad english.I have a same PDA (acually its dead :-( ) And me too had this problem.Try moving a little bit your pda on cardle, or (this looks like crazy but actually worked for me) do not fully put in the cardle into pda.I mean dont stick in into cardle, just a little bit.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
SOURCE: Cassiopeia E-125
I had the same problem with an E125 which I brought off eBay that hadn't been used for several months.
I took out the backup battery and put the main battery in it's holder with a bare wire held onto the negative & positive terminals.
When I turned on the charger, I held the other end of the bare wires onto a partly charged Nokia Battery (Also 3.7V internal). The current from this battery was enough to let the Casio start charging.
After two minutes I disconnected the Nokia battery and gently tugged the bared wires free. The Casio kept on charging happily.
After six hours I disconnected the AC charger, installed a new backup battery CR2032, and everything was go.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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