Hello, it would be of great help if you can tell me how to resolve my issue. my imate ppc phone edition wm2003, the SDIO slot is not reading my SD card the card is fine as working on the digi cam, the other SD card is also not being read. both cards seem fine other wise. i did hard reset once and soft reset many times but didnt help..........any suggestions?
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Imate Jam does not have the wifi inbuilt , You need to buy SDIO wireless card for your phone, then you will be able to use Wifi on your Imate Jam
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what phone company was the phone using before you unlocked it (sprint) ?? that slot you are looking at is probably a memory card slot not a SIM slot. everything im reading says that phone is not a GSM phone aka it doesnt take SIM cards
if you are telling me that it has already builtin wifi,you dont have to buy it, those people who doesnt have built in wifi can use sd card for wifi,im sure it will fit to yours,because SD card has standard size..
There are many such devices on the market and which brands you would consider good depend solely on your location, budget and brand preference. A few examples of exsisting brands in the market include Sectec, precec (from palm) and even scandisk is getting into the action. Powering non wifi phones with the option for internet connectivity via mobile seems to be a booming market and like all other markets, everyone would want to get thier names in to get an edge over their competition.
So, it all depends on if you want an immidiate solution or if you want to wait for the big guns to bring their products out. Remeber, even the thumbdrive was put on the IT map by a then unkown trek, till other companies such as imation and scandisk (not to mention brands like kingston) got into the action as well.
From big brand names, you can expect quality service whilst from the emerging boomers, lets just say you're taking a risk (not that i doubt the boomers capability of service, however it;s always safer to go with a much more better known option right?)
All in all it;s your pick, but if you ask me, i;d rather wait for imation, scandisk or kingston to get these kind of devices in the market. Reason beiong kingston and imation offer a full lifetime warranty on all their products and scandisk offers a max of 5 years. Hope this helps.
This is a common problem with the PPC6700. It is not your SD card. It is the phone trying to read from the SD slot and the card may be temporarily missing. This is due to the fact that the card does not "lock" in the cardslot properly. What i've done to fix my ppc from locking up (forever ago and I've not had the problem since) is put a piece of tape over the slot to secure the card.
I haven't had a problem since I've applied the tape and can't even tell I put the tape there anyway.
"Certain Pocket PC Models have SD or SDIO slots but are not compatible with the SDIO WLAN Card. These include: Toshiba e350 and e750 – these have SDIO slots but do not have SDIO Now! software from BSQUARE. The e355 is the same as the e350.