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Does the SD slot support IO devices such as Bluetooth or just SD memory cards?

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Re: Does the SD slot support IO devices such as Bluetooth or just SD memory cards? - Dell Axim X5 Pocket PC PDAs

NO SDIO. IO via CF only.

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Is thare a sim slot in dell axim 51v


Musaji Ahmed Hariff,
Your device has two slots located on the top of the unit. The larger slot supports CompactFlash Type II cards. The smaller slot supports Secure Digital (SD) memory cards, Secure Digital I/O (SDIO) cards, and the MultiMediaCard (MMC). All three memory card types are available in sizes from 64 MB to 1 GB or 2 GB. CompactFlash Cards Your device supports CompactFlash Type II cards. Some common types of cards include: • Modem - Connect a telephone line for modem data communication. • Wireless communication - Data communication without the use of cable connections. You can use cards, such as internal cards with Bluetooth wireless technology and 802.11b wireless LAN. • Storage - Save data or install programs on a storage card
You can click the link below to download the online manual for the Axim51v
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Memory card


Ok; The SD card is a memory card that stores data that your native memory cant handle, due to size restrictions. If the card is indeed inserted correctly, I would advise to remove the SD card and battery for 5 minutes. Be sure to power off the device before extracting those components. This 5 minute hard reset should correct the misreadings. If for some reason the reset does not correct the misreadings, this will ultimately lead to a SD card slot fault. This is considered to be hardware failure and you will need to take the device to your local provider for hardware service.

  • You can also replace the SD card as well. If that doesn't solve the issues, take the device to the local service provider for hardware service.

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Your HP IPAQ has a SDIO expansions slot...

which is a new technology.

so will have to use an SDIO card ...
this is a secure digital IO card.
hope this will solve the problem

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Can't open palm pilot IIIxe on computer (Vista)


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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You can back up your Treo to either your PC or your SD
card. If you back up to your PC via hotsync, then there is a nice freeware which
can be installed to your Treo that is called SyncAll (all one has to do is right
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