I attempted to autosync wirelessly to update a program and when I did the palm did not connect. After 3 attempts it rebooted and all data was gone. I did a hard reset but now I noticed that I did not have any wireless icon on the taskbar. I have since done multiple hard resets all to no avail. I am assuming that this is a hardware problem. Can you assist as to how this is fixed.
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I have a palm TX and it usually just sits for a minute or two when I use blazer. I have also found out that the pda will always reset itself and it only freezes when it has a lot going on. It stays frozen for a while, but eventually unfreezes. As for the home button, it's probably worn down. My power button and my up button have almost completely stopped working.
most likely the Palm "listens" on another frequency.
Make sure your cisco is running the Wireless b standard as that is what the Palm Tx needs.
Mixed mode is another option (b and G at the same time)
Let's say your router is supporting the b standard. Knowing the cisco APs a bit, it is also possible to have a channel selected that an older device cannot see/or it is set for another region (which in fact is the same, as frequency ranges are different for each continent).
There are many tools for WIFI analysis, many are free. They will tell you what your router is transmitting at, etc... withouth having to go into the cisco IOS.
I suspect that you're in fact holding a Palm TX and not a T5 as the T5 does not have WiFi. If you're using the Palm SD WiFi adaptor, do a hard reset without the card.
(hold down the ON/OFF button whilst using the reset pin to press the reset button. You'll be asked if you are sure you wish to reset. You'll then be prompted to choose the language caliberate the screen etc..)
After that. Go and download all the updates and drivers from Palm Web site.