Check to make sure the cable is securely plugged in to the USB socket on your computer, and the other end is securely plugged into the Palm device. Unplug them and plug them in again, don't just push on the ends -- if there is dust or something messing up the connection unplugging and plugging in again might shake it loose.
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iPhone 6 has circuitry that tests whether the device you are connecting to is approved by Apple. There is a chip in the chargers, synch leads and adapters of approved accessories. Charging is bad enough, but synching from device to phone, or phone to device is even more sensitive. I bought one adapter lead that didn't work at all and came up with an error message 'this is not an apple approved device'. Then I bough an adapter from eBay, it said it would synch and charge, but in fact it would only charge. Fortunately, that is what I wanted to do. I bought an iPhone 4 charger for the boat, so the adapter worked for me to charge to my iPhone 6.
You must reinstall the software from your device. switch it off from the power button and then back on with the joystick pressed down.You will have a blue screen. Put inside one sd-card formatted in fat16 file system with the rom named as winceimg.bin ( you will find it on google).Choose winceimg by sd/mmc card by pressing joystick center. Wait untill on the display will write "restart your device". This will solve your problems
In ActiveSybch there is an option of setting the priority of either the PC, the PDA or leaving the items unresolved.
You can either change this of follow another route.
With the device off the cradle delete the partnership WITHOUT deleting the partnership folder.
Place the device on the cradle & let AS find the device & setup the partnership.
Once setup remove the device & go to options & set all the required options.
Replace the device & it should synchronise.
If you still have problems please contact me directly through email.
I have connected XP machine with Active Synch 3.1 to a wide range of E series Cassiopeias including E-15.
The installation on XP is different from all previous versions of Windows.
Without installing Active Synch you have to connect the switched on device to your PC & let XP find the device & install its own internal driver/service. Reboot the PC.
Next install Active Synch - any version which should now find your device & start the service & establish your connection.
What can & cannot be downloaded will be determined by your setup in ActiveSynch on the desktop.
When connected right click on the Inbox on ActiveSynch main screen & select settings. Check mark the "Include File Attachments".
If you are downloading the jpg files uncheck the "Limit Attachment size to" so complete attachments will be downloaded.
On the PDA start the inbox, tap on Tools - Options - Storage. You should get the option of saving the attachments on storage card if one is available to save on main memory usage.
But this might not be an option if you use a CF wireless ethernet card for connecting & Synching. If it does show up you will have to uncheck this option to save the attachments in main memory.
Hope this helps.