I have a bizarre problem with my Ipaq whereby with TomTom 6 loaded if you remove the battery cover you can no longer get sound until you hard reset. I have confirmed this by carrying out the same operation without TomTom 6 loaded and the problem doesn't appear. Is it just me? I have the latest official HP ROM loaded.
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Re: HW6515d Ipaq Sound with TomTom Sat NAv
The IPAQ 6515 will run TomTom 6 quite well.
The isssue with th sound disappearing is as per issue as describe by 'Guest' with the RX5710: not compatible BtCoreIf.dll & BtSdkCE30.dll!
Google 'BtCoreIf.dll BtSdkCE30.dll tomtom 6' for detailed instructions on how to replace those modules.
On my Ipaq RX5710 TomTom altered 2 PDA files on installation (BtCoreIf.dll
& BtSdkCE30.dll). Use ActiveSync to browse to \Windows on PDA rename those files to BtCoreIfOld.dll and BtSdkCE30Old.dll. Reboot Pda and sound should work again.
The ipaq 6515 has a microswitch that will turn off the pda if the battery cover is removed. When you remove the cover and try to turn it on even with the external power supply plugged in, the red led will light up.
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Well I would think so. batteries cause all sorts of headaches even when brand new, so I personally would get a new one, install it charge it up for required period as recommended, and see if that works.
This appears to be common with the 6515. You will either have to get your headphone jack replaced, or you can try what finally worked for me. Insert and remove your headphone jack as many times as necessary to get the internal connector in the jack to work properly.
It took me about a dozen tries, doing it both fast and slowly.
I`m sorry no ingles. mi problema es no conecting Microsof
activesync information windows (No se encuentra punto deentrada del procedimiento CeSvcOpenW en la biblioteca de Vinculos dinamicos CEUTL.dll) please solution problem
I had the same issues as mentioned installing TomTom Navigator version 7 onto a HP IPAQ 2415 running Windows Mobile 5. As soon as TomTom was installed the sound stopped working.
I did a Hard Reset to restore the IPAQ which got the sound back. I then downloaded the trial version of WinCE Cab Manager http://www.ocpsoftware.com/products.php?nm=cecabmgr and used this to remove the files Btcoreif.dll and Btsdkce30.dll from the TomTom installation CAB. I saved the cab and then ran this again and it installed perfectly and I still had sound. Hope this offers a solution for anyone still having a problem.
just to let you know i'm having same problem so it's just not you! if all files are loaded to sd card you don't get the error message but the volume is still reduced to zero
still checking the internet for solution