I have only just attempted to use IE on my e800, and have discovered that when I tap the IE icon, the program appears to open momentarily, then closes immediately. I have removed all other non-original programmes and memory cards, and performed both soft and hard resets, and tried opening IE both with the e800 connected to my PC, and without, all without any effect. Any ideas on what to do now? It seems unlikely this is a hardware fault, and all the other embedded programmes appear to work OK. Could the IE programme be corrupted? Is it possible to uninstall it, download and reinstall a new copy? If so, how?
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I have the same PDA but unfortunately I am not the expert. In my opinion it is not possible to install IE separately. It is not known to me that there is any possibility to download IE for PDA as an individual program.
If you have already removed all programs why don’t reinstall the OS and it should work properly again.
Did you already install Windows Mobile 2003 SE?
Please go to www.microsoft.com and download iExplorer!
Try to install it!
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you will find your driver here (http://www.nodevice.com/driver/company/Motorola.html) then Step One (Clear all other profiles on the phone to avoid confusion):
- Turn On Phone
- Click the Menu Button at the top left corner of the screen
That should bring up the icons for all the applications
- Tap the Setup Button
- Scroll Down to Data Network
- Click Data Network
Internet Profile Page appears
- Delete all profiles on the page Step Two (Clear all other profiles on the built in browser):
Note: My browser on this phone is called Monternet, I picked up
the chinese version, so it might be called something different.
- Tap the Menu button on the top left corner of the screen
- Tap the browser icon, Monternet
This opens the browser
- Tap the three lines on the button right corner of the screen
- Tap Setup
Which brings up another menu
- Tap Profiles
Profiles screen appears
close all internet page and click on start then click on run and type inetcpl.cpl in run box and press inter, then internet option window will be appear on to the screen and here you can reset your internet explorer.
This can get kind of complicated, and your wireless carrier may block this depending on the data plan. It's also different for the MC7095 (CDMA) and MC7094 (GSM/GPRS) models. You may also want to see if your device BSP release is up-to-date.
Here is some basic info for the MC7095 (Sprint):
Device was not connected to network to start.
Went to Start, Programs, Internet Sharing, tapped Connect, showed Status: Check USB connection. Internet Sharing drivers were installed on laptop computer, then device displayed Internet Sharing Status "Connected". We were able to browse the web on the laptop computer. Closed out of Internet Sharing (tap X on upper right hand corner). On device, tapped Start, Internet Explorer, attempted to browse to a webpage. Able to browse on both laptop computer and MC7095 device.
Note: Attempted to Disconnect the Internet Sharing session, unable to. The device does not appear to respond to the "Disconnect" option on bottom left of screen. When tapping "Disconnect" the option light up as if being tapped however the device itself shows no other changes and Status still displays :Connected. ***FYI*** In testing with a different MC7095 (BSP33) we experienced the same issues with not being able to "Disconnect" the Internet Sharing session.
Please note that when you want to use pocket (IE) browser of your PPC (pocket PC) phone; you need to ensure GPRS setting has been made in your phone.
For GPRS setting (Example: Airtel India network) please do the following steps.
Start --> settings --> Connections(tab) --> Connections(icon) --> under My ISP tap on "Add a new modem connection" --> enter connection name: airtel --> select a modem: Cellular Line (GPRS) --> access point name: airtelgprs.com --> leave blank on username, password & domain --> Finish.
If you are using different network (sim card) then you need to get "access point name" information from them.
This problem is experienced after following performance suggestions found in third-party documentation, on web sites, or in newsgroups. These suggestions instruct users to remove all folders from the desktop of Handheld PC Pro device in order to speed screen-repaint rates. Applying these same steps on a Handheld PC 2000 device causes all desktop icons to disappear.
Microsoft has documented this issue (in Q289674): http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q289/6/74.ASP
To restore the My Handheld PC and Recycle Bin icons on the device, follow these steps:
1. Tap Start, tap Programs, and then tap Windows Explorer.
2. Tap the My Documents folder, tap Send To on the File menu, and then tap Desktop as Shortcut.
3. "Soft" reset the MobilePro. The My Handheld PC and Recycle Bin icons should return to the desktop.
Note that you must have at least one folder or shortcut on the desktop in addition to the My Handheld PC and Recycle Bin icons, or else the problem will recur.
the only thing you can try to "reinstall" is the PC Bluetooth Stack.
Goto "http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com" , search for "support & downloads", now click on "downloads".
Choose your PDA Model and download the available stack.