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I M USING I-MATE JAQ3...I CANT CONNECT IT TO MY WIRELESS NETWORK.. HELP ME WITH THIS..AND ALSO I AM NEW TO THIS POCKET PC.. SO GIVE THE SOLUTION IN DETAIL

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Here is the information I found for you concerning how to get wireless on your I-Mate

The well-connected JAQ3 has both WiFi 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 1.2. You'll manage these using i-mate's Wireless Manager (accessible by tapping the strength meter on the Today Screen taskbar). WiFi supports the faster g standard and the device will connect to routers running in "g only" mode. Unfortunately, in our speed tests the JAQ3 got slow results when browsing over an 802.11g connection and DSL Reports speed tests showed an average of 340k which isn't as good as 3G and EVDO in many areas. In contrast, we get up to 1250kbit/s with the T-Mobile Dash and 1500kbit/s with the HTC TyTN over WiFi using the same router and speed test. I-mate includes a WLAN monitoring application that provides current connection information including SSID, channel, Tx rate, MAC address, signal strength and it allows you to set power savings as well as WiFi radio timeout.
The JAQ3's Bluetooth 1.2 radio uses Microsoft's basic Bluetooth software and stack. It supports a wide range of profiles including A2DP (stereo audio), AVRC (AV Remote Control, using for controls on Bluetooth stereo headsets), hands-free, HID (keyboards and mice), BIP (printing over Bluetooth), SAP, serial port, object push, DUN and ActiveSync. Nice! We tested DUN and it worked well. Headsets were another matter, with relatively poor range with our selection of headsets including the Scala-700 and Samsung WEP200. Audio quality wasn't the best either with minor drops in audio and echo on the caller's end.

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I am not able to connect the i-mate jaq3 with PC with data-cable


You must have either ActiveSync (for Windows XP) or Windows Mobile Device Center (for Vista and 7). You can download any of them from this location. By the way, you, most probably, know that, in order to have stuff like Calendar, Contacts, Tasks,and e-mail, you must have Microsoft Outlook installed on your PC too.
Please, let me know if I can help you any further.

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Carlos

Nov 01, 2010 | i-mate JAQ3 Smartphone

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LOST CD-ROM OF I-MATE JAQ3


You need to start the Wireless Modem application on your Pocket PC, install the driver provided in the ZIP file below, and launch the HTC USB Modem Dialer. To do that, follow these steps:
  1. Download the driver and the dialer software, and unzip them to any folder on your PC. Click here to download.

    Perform the next 2 steps while your device is NOT connected to the PC.
  2. Go to Start -> Programs -> Wireless Modem.
  3. Select USB from the list, and click on Start.
  4. Place the device in the cradle.
  5. Windows will start the "New hardware found" wizard momentarily. Browse for the USBMDM.INF file that was provided in the ZIP file. Continue the driver installation.
  6. Go to the unzipped files folder, and launch USBModem_Dialer.exe. Enter your WAP/GPRS connection credentials, and in the APN field, type the server's name (for example: gprs.provider.com).
  7. Press Dial, and you're connected.

The above driver is included in the Quick Start CD. I you are look for Microsoft ActiveSync, click here.

The above links will not work forever. If you cannot download, reply and shall look up another link.

Apr 06, 2010 | i-mate JAQ3 Smartphone

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How to do factory reset of i-mate JAQ


i-Mate JAQ3 soft reset
Resetting Your Pocket PC Phone

Occasionally you may need to reset your Pocket PC Phone. A normal
(or soft) reset of your device clears all active program memory and
shuts down all active programs. This can be useful when the device is
running slower than normal, or a program is not performing properly.
A soft reset is also necessary after the installation of some programs.
If a soft reset is performed when programs are running, unsaved work
will be lost.

You can also perform a hard reset (also known as a full reset). A hard
reset should be performed only if a normal reset does not solve a
system problem. After a hard reset, the device is restored to its default
settings — the way it was when you first purchased it. Any programs
you installed, data you entered, and settings you customized on the
device will be lost. Only Windows Mobile software and other preinstalled
programs will remain.

To perform a soft reset

Remove the battery cover and using the stylus, press on the small
button to the left of the battery. Otherwise simply remove the battery,
wait a few seconds and then insert the battery again.
To perform a Hard Reset

Hard reset by pressing device buttons:

1. Turn off your device.
2. Hold down the Send button, End button and Camera button.
3. Do not release Send, End and Camera, press the Power button.
4. After on-screen indication, release all the buttons.

i-Mate JAQ3 hard reset Hard reset using Master Clear

1. Tap Start > Settings > System tab > Master Clear
2. On the System tab, select the Master Clear (!) icon
3. Proceed to enter the confirmation code: 1234 and push reset button,
system will auto reboot to complete the operation.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

Jun 02, 2009 | i-mate JAQ3 Smartphone

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No , i cnanot switch the phone in my pocket pc


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Apr 01, 2009 | i-mate JAQ3 Smartphone

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I CANT CONNECT TO MY WIFI NETWORK


Here is the information I found for you on how to connect to wireless:

The well-connected JAQ3 has both WiFi 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 1.2. You'll manage these using i-mate's Wireless Manager (accessible by tapping the strength meter on the Today Screen taskbar). WiFi supports the faster g standard and the device will connect to routers running in "g only" mode. Unfortunately, in our speed tests the JAQ3 got slow results when browsing over an 802.11g connection and DSL Reports speed tests showed an average of 340k which isn't as good as 3G and EVDO in many areas. In contrast, we get up to 1250kbit/s with the T-Mobile Dash and 1500kbit/s with the HTC TyTN over WiFi using the same router and speed test. I-mate includes a WLAN monitoring application that provides current connection information including SSID, channel, Tx rate, MAC address, signal strength and it allows you to set power savings as well as WiFi radio timeout.
The JAQ3's Bluetooth 1.2 radio uses Microsoft's basic Bluetooth software and stack. It supports a wide range of profiles including A2DP (stereo audio), AVRC (AV Remote Control, using for controls on Bluetooth stereo headsets), hands-free, HID (keyboards and mice), BIP (printing over Bluetooth), SAP, serial port, object push, DUN and ActiveSync. Nice! We tested DUN and it worked well. Headsets were another matter, with relatively poor range with our selection of headsets including the Scala-700 and Samsung WEP200. Audio quality wasn't the best either with minor drops in audio and echo on the caller's end.

Dec 22, 2008 | i-mate JAQ3 Smartphone

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My telephone i-mate jaq3 . i hav not the software to use it as a modum with me pc computer. can any one help me ??


its not the softwhere as much as missing hardware like the data link cord your phone should hook directly to device and start working properly

Dec 06, 2008 | i-mate JAQ Pocket PC

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Cannot open my i mate jaq3 on pc but it charges my mobile


Downloads ActiveSync From Microsoft.com & run it on your pc,
Reboot your pc then connect your I-mate mobile then its start
to read your mobile device

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the best solution is either hard reset ur mob...or upgrade it to WM6.1 !

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Check Activesync settings if USB connection is enabled.

Activesync > File > Connection settings > Check "Allow USB Connection"

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