I tried to download a WIndows Media file to the My Documents folder on the Axim and kept getting errors. I clicked on the details but there was just a general error message. Anyone had this problem?
I then copied the Windows Media file to the buil-in storage file but now I can't remove it. I keep getting the error message that access to the file is denied. I've tries using the Windows Media player, the file explorer on my PC and the file explorer on the Axim. Any suggestions?
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Downloaded programs can be installed onto the Dell Axim X30 using Microsoft ActiveSync. Microsoft ActiveSync can be installed onto your computer using the Dell Companion CD which came with your Axim X30.
Once Microsoft ActiveSync is set up on your computer, if the program you downloaded came in an installer file, then double-clicking on the file will start the installation wizard and the software will be automatically transferred to the Axim.
If the program you downloaded did not come as an installer file, then double-clicking it will bring up an error message. In that case, use ActiveSync Explore to copy the program file to the Program Files folder on your Axim.
Hi, When attempting to synchronize between the computer and the BlackBerry smartphone, the Error 0x8004fd28 message appears on the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. This is due to the intellisync folder is corrupted. To resolve this issue, you need to complete the following steps: 1. Close BlackBerry Desktop Manager. 2. On the computer, navigate to the appropriate folder listed below: · If you are using Windows® XP, go to C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Research In Motion\BlackBerry\Intellisync · If you are using Windows Vista?, go to C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming\Research In Motion\BlackBerry\Intellisync Note: If you are unable to view the above folder refer to additional information section on instruction on how to view hidden files 3. Delete the Intellisync folder. 4. Open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Note: If the BlackBerry Desktop Manager attempts to synchronize at this stage, synchronization will fail. 5. Configure the BlackBerry Desktop Manager for synchronization by completing the following steps: a. Click Synchronize. b. Click Configuration. c. Click Synchronization. 6. Synchronize calendar appointments. OR If there are one or more corrupt entries on the BlackBerry smartphone . Take back up and clear the database on the BlackBerry smartphone. I Hope it helped you. Thank you for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!
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Can't really help with the connect to the internet without more info than you provided. You need a wireless card, access to a wireless system and the drivers for the card. Even then it is not always consistant.
First I'm assuming you know that you need and have installed Activesync on the computer.
To transfer files to the Axim you simply drop them in the mobile my documents folder that is installed on the desktop when sync files is selected in Activesync. If you don't have it, open Activesync and select" options", check the "files" box. A desktop icon will be added.
If you mean install program files... most of the time you install on the desktop and it adds files to the x5 when you sync.
Sometimes you may need to transfer CAB files to the x5. In that case you will drag and drop the file on your x5 in my computer or on the icon on the desktop just like any other file move to another location
If your trying to sync with the wireless card, I am not familier with the method but in order to get the card to work it needs drivers that must be installed from the computer and through Activesync by wired connection first
If you are using Windows XP, you can download Acivesync 4.5 from Microsoft's website, and by this software you can connect your PDA to your laptop (You'll need Windows Mobile Device Center if you're using Windows Vista). Note: Most probably you won't need the PDA's CD, when XP detects the USB device, if it asks for, point it to C:\Program Files\Microsoft ActiveSync\Drivers and it should install perfectly. But normally Both XP and Vista can recognize Dell Axim PDAs.
This isnt too bad, if you are using windows vista, the CD is obsolete, use the syncing technology in mobile device center to access the storage card/drive inside the pda form your computer and you can do it that way. Windows XP: you can go to the microsoft website and get Activesync which will allow you to transfer files as well. If you are using a mac, I am sorry.
So on your Mini SD you need to make a folder named MUSIC. Then you just put ur music into it. After that place the card back into the phone.
Next on the phone go into the start menu and into the Tools menu. On there press file explorer. From here you can view all files on the phone. From there go onto storage card and in there select music. That will show all the music files. To import the music into the WMP library go into Windows Media Player from your programs list. Once in WMP press men and then press update library. This process could take any where from 30 mins. to an hour. once that is done you got it working