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Wi-Fi on an e350

Is there any way to connect an e350 to an 802.11b network, every SD expansion card I have seen so far is not supported. are there any plans to introduce SDIO-Now! support for the e350?

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Re: Wi-Fi on an e350

I am not sure but I think that e350 do not support Wi-Fi connection. As far as I know it works with Bluetooth SD card.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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Connect for email and internet surfing


As far as I know, some N300 series PDAs have a built-in Wi-Fi card. If this is your case, gather your Wi-Fi router's (or the one you want to connect your PDA to) SSID and encryption informations, go to 'Start > Settings > Connections tab > Wi-Fi' and tap 'Search for Networks'. After a while, the available WLAN should appear on screen. Select yours, fill in the required informations, and, after a while it should get connected. Otherwise (i.e., if your PDA is not Wi-Fi enabled), you will still be able to connect to the internet whenever it is connected to your PC (which should be on-line, of course).
Anyway, if you happens to miss your device's user guide, feel free to download it from this location.
Just my 2 cents...
Regards, Carlos

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I have this pocket pc and i wnat to know if i can


Unfortunately, I think you are out of luck here. As far as I know, the e350 is not Wi-Fi enabled. Besides, its SDIO interface seems to be kinda proprietary, i.e.it is a subset of the SDIO standards. I don't know any Wi-Fi SD cards which would work with it. If Wi-Fi connection is a must for you, I'm afraid you will have to switch to a new phone, which either has built in Wi-Fi, or, at least, has a fully featured SDIO interface.
Hope you are able to sort your problems out.
Regards, Carlos

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according to the last firmware update they still do not support SDHC. I have a Palm TX also so I've been keeping a lookout. Sorry!

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Hey, id be happy to help :), the reason why your SD wifi card is not getting read by your pocket pc is because. The wifi card you have is probably have was made for a regular computer and is not compatible with your pocket pc. Id recommend for you to find a SD wifi card that is compatible with your pocket pc. And return the one you have now, thanks and I hope this helps!

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VIsta does not support your early generation Palm Pilot.

It barely supports the current TX but there are workarounds.
Hope you kept your old computer for a backup. :+) but its understandable if you didn't.

They recently released a more stable version but plenty of users still have difficulty. The workaround is to load files for any third party product (docs, videos, images) via the SD memory card.Users reported they could update via bluetooth or wi-fi for the Palm's own software. However, this is not an option for your model.

Later models with an SD card option still have to be initialized and prepared for the Palm from an older XP computer first. It's a workaround, not a match. I'm not up to date so users may have a stable sync system/method now with Vista. Check the forums.

Your model does not have an SD option this as it is an early generation model. You may continue to run this older model on older computers.

I am not recommending you buy a new personal device until you research on Brighthand and other user forums. Take advantage of other peoples experiences re: Vista. It will save you a lot of grief and help you decide when and whether to upgrade.

from Wicki and product info:
The first two generations of PDAs from Palm were referred to as "PalmPilots" which upgraded to external memory slots and firmware-upgradeable flash memory after the Palm III series.
The next versions of Palm used Palm OS 3.1. These included Palm IIIx with 4 Megabytes of memory. Compare this to the TX which has 128 MB of non-volatile storage and current OS of 5.4.

The TX released in October of 2005, as part of Palm's Fall 2005 product cycle. It features 802.11b, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. It was priced at $299. It runs Garnet, version 5.4.9. It largely replaced the earlier, costlier T5. <In my experience, It usually runs as low as $200 during Black Friday (Thanksgiving time). With discounts and indirect rebates, it can go as low as $150. FYI, With the move to Smartphones, this model will not have continued development from the company. >

On top is a slot for SD expansion cards. The slot is also SDIO and MMC compatible. 2 GB cards are usable directly.
<in my research, Only SD, not SD HC (high capacity) cards are compatible. 4GB SD only cards are difficult to find now that SDHC are the norm. It's not a issue for me since those also use more power. 2GBs can be had as low as $6 with creative dealing.>

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First remove the SD Card, then remove the drivers for the SD card. do a soft reset. install the driver for the card. go to settings, system, then remove software and check tat the software shows up. Oh by the wy make sure you have the HP SDIO fix install first. ok make sure that bluethoot is off. Install the SD Card. now go to settings, then connections tap on connections. tap the Advanced tab, tap the Network Card. you should see the SD Card listed. tap the Card. the next screen ask if you want to set the IP address or have the server assign the IP. I leave it at the default and let the server assign the IP.
Tap ok 3 time that should close everything. and you should be set. if you have a wi-fi setup you need to tap on start then programs, then tap on "WLAN" this program is what you use to check your signal strenght and check if you are getting a signal from your wi-fi. Once the signal strenght is strong enough you will see that an IP address will be asigned and you will be asked if you want to connect.

I hope this Helps

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