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Re: e400 + gps
As far as I know for almost every device you must install driver. Like you know the driver is very important because a driver acts like a translator between the device and programs that use the device. Each device has its own set of specialized commands that only its driver knows.
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If u want to connect the mobile to pc or laptop for using mobile internet on pc or laptop. Then first connect the mobile via usb to pc/laptop and in mobile select the pc suite and in the pc/laptop u can see at the right of the screen at the bottom the internet connection icon click on that and u can see ur phones name click on that and click on connect then a dialog box appear if u want to enter username and password enter in the dialog box and click dial. The pc/laptop wil use the mobile internet
From inside Tomtom, have you tried "change preferences" then scroll through to "show GPS status" then "configure" select "Other Cable NMEA GPS" select "Done" for GPS baud rate of 4800. Now select "Serial Cable on SP2 and then "Done"
Hope it helps. Philpot
As far as I know if you want to make this kind of connection I suppose that you need suitable driver for it. Sorry but there is no any known driver to me. In my opinion there are some another reasons that speaks against usage of HDD. First of all HDD need external power supply and secondly the HDD is very sensitive again agitation.
Firstly if you have a driver currently installed on your e330 for the GPS system, install it.
(To uninstall - Start => Settings => System (Tab) => Remove Programs.
One of the items in the list should be something like "PL-2303 USB Driver" Highlight it and click remove.
You will probably be prompted for a restart to complete the process)
Next, either reinstall the driver you got originally with the GPS receiver, or if you email me I will send you the one I have got.
You will again need to restart your Pocket PC to complete the installation process.
When you start your Tom Tom software, you may need to configure the GPS receiver. To do this, tap on the bottom right hand side of the screen, where the signal strength meter is and again tap on the signal meter on the next screen (top right corner)
Next, click configure, specify your GPS hardware (I would presume you have a generic NMEA GPS?) click select, select your devices baud rate (again unless you know otherwise, and do consult your GPS receiver manual, I think the generic is 4800 and click done. Now you should have 4 options of how your GPS device connects to your Pocket Pc. The bottom option should say something like "COM4:" Select that one and within a few seconds the GPS Status should spring into life.
It is not easy to say what the problem can be. In my opinion you should contact the producer of this GPS receiver and ask them what the problem is. If this has been tested the producer must be able to help the users.
If no one has any solution for your issue in my opinion you should check the manufacturer’s site. Maybe there you can find out if this unit is compatible with your PDA. Usually you can find it under support or FAQs.