How is it possible to connect to WLAN with 6515, as I understand from specs, no WLAN connectivity is integrated. I like to buy this model, because of all the specs but I mis the WLAN option. What do you suggest to overcome this problem?
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Re: Ipaq 6515 & WLAN?
The sd wifi cards are not s good because mini sd memory cards are overpriced. get a mini sd wifi card (wich is supported on the hw6515 i'm nbot sure about other models) this will free up the sd slot for cheep sd memory
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Have you tried resetting your iPAQ? You do that by pushing the little button on the side with the stylus. The screen will go blank for a bit, and then windows will restart. I had bought mine used, and when I got it, I had the same problem in that I never got the screen that let me select the wireless network. It fixed mine. Once it is working again, try selecting "View WLAN Networks" again, and you will see a list of networks that it can hear. If the SSID Brodcast is enabled on your wireless access point, you will see your network there. If SSID is not enabled on your WAP, you will need to type in the name of your network before it will find it.
Hope this helps. Sorry it was so late in being posted.
The IPAQ 6515 will only work with GSM Simm and network. It is also NOT 3G compatible.
You can verify that the 6515 is working with another network SIMM, then it is likely that your Simm card is not compatible and may in fact be design on Afghanistan's 'Analog' network.
Incidentally, the 6515 will also not work in Japan even with a working 'roaming' SIMM as the Japanese Mobile Network is also not compatible!
Hope it helps!
The HP IPAQ 6515 will support WLAN access via a SDIO WIFI card (which looks like a 'long' standard SD card): it is just a bit tricky to get this add-onl SDIO WIFI card to work properly!
For more deatils and confirmation, please google: ipaq+6515+sdio+card
The code you are referring to is probably the license key for Microsoft Outlook. If you have lost the key you can buy Microsoft Outlook from any good computer stores. The other application you will need for Outlook to sync with the ipaq is Microsoft Activesync which is free and does not need a license key. You can download activesync from Microsoft website or from the cd.