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Some PDAs can broadcast BlueTooth in stereo, but none known that are able to broadcast directly to a radio.
To use the bluetooth, you would need an adapter that would allow you to attach a bluetooth receiver to stereo inputs, or a radio that is able to be paired to a bluetooth device directly. Otherwise, you will need to plug in a FM transmitter into the headphone jack of the PDA to get your signal to the radio that way. A third method is to use a cable between the PDA and radio, but it is no longer wireless.
I am running vista and havent had this problem, as a matter of fact if you have vista you no longer need activesync. Vista comes with a built in software application to sync you PDA, there si no logical solution i can think of that would cause this problem other than your computer may need to be updated, and also vista will update all the drivers for the dell x30 as well, just make sure it is able to do all updates, not just microsoft ones. hope this works for you!
You need to replace the joystick component; it is not caused by dirt. After some time it gets bad.
You need to go to the nearest authorized service center; that joystick is not a standard component, only the authorized service centers got them; taking it from another phone is not a good idea, doing it, the component will loose operability.
you shouldnt need a device driver for your pda to work along side with Vista, as Vista has it's own Windows mobile device centre which should run as soon as you connect your pda to a usb port.
If it doesnt run, then open up windows mobile device centre in programmes and check the mobile device settings as to whether usb is set to connect to the centre.
In activesync under Tools/Add REmove programs you can check the box and click "ok" that will install the program. For the most part it's best to do it one program at a time. Obviously your PDA should be cradled or this. Most programs will re-install fine this way. Some programs though do require you to re-install from the installtion program directly since active sync doesn't pick up some important parts of the program.
The two programs I have that require the special install are:
CLC Journal since it has an outlook component and sets up a sync for the Outlook Journal.
The Stowaway Keyboard driver since it had to ask me what language (the new driver doesn't do this...) The other 30 odd programs I have install straight from active sync.
Well - if your PDA runs CE 2.11, it should install. Try downloading specific CAB file from Linksys's website for the MIPS processor (E-15 uses VR4111). If you have Linksys WCF11 card, go to http://linksys.com/support/support.asp?spid=71
If setup still doesn't work - copy a MIPS CAB file to your Casio via ActiveSync and run it from there.
However, even after you install it - you might face problems. I still wasn't able to run my Linksys WCF11 on Casio E-100. Apparently, there is no easy way to specify IP settings (gateway, WINS, DNS) in Windows CE 2.11 for Linksys (unlike PocketPC OS, where we have network settings in control panel). I tried playing with registry - however, it messes up big time.