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My pocket pc e310 wont
The e310 can't use USB power to charge through the cradle. (It needs more than USB specs allow.) You have to supply +5v DC to the connector at the cradle or the e310 itself. Positive terminal is the center pin/hole, negative terminal is the outside barrel of the plug.
on Jun 23, 2011
I have had this charging overnight but it won't
It depends on what you mean by charging overnight.
1. When you connect the charger, it shows on the phone that it's charging but after a while if you unplug the charger, it's still not charged: if it's the case, that means the battery is dead and needs to be replaced.
2. When you connect the charger, it doesn't show the phone charging: in this case it can be the charger brocken or the phone charge connector is faulty. you can verify that by moving the charger connector a little bit and see if it will start charging, if not you can try with another charger. if it doesn't charge even with another charger, at this time i will say for sure that the phone charge connector is faulty and needs a repair.
on Jan 09, 2011
I had toshiba e310, when
It seems that you have overcharge the gadget. Had you unplugged the gadget after full charge? or after indicating full charge also you had not unplugged the gadget. Sometimes overcharging damages the software of motherboard or battery... But from your query, it seems that the in your case Software has been corrupted. So hopefully, after updation of the software your problem should be solved or else you have to get it serviced....
Hope this has helped you...
on Jul 15, 2010
Plugged in charger and get alignment screen Tosh e
The unit will not go past the alignment screen until it gets a good calibration alignment. Be sure to click as close to the little + marks with the stylus as you can. If the click is to far from where it thinks it should be then the alignment will fail and start over.
I hope this helps, if not let me know
Over 21 years of PC and printer support/repair
on Jul 01, 2009
Won't turn on
The also needs to charged using a DC adapter. Not through the USB connection. They can be plugged in using a cradle or directly.
on Jun 15, 2009
The e310 Chipset is SD only, and so does not support SDHC for more then 2GB. You may try non-standard, non-SDHC 4GB cards which are out of specification for SD, but work in "some" SD enabled devices. Depends on device-software...
on Mar 29, 2009
The Battery will not charge
I do have a manual, but not at work with me. However, I do remember seeing an explanation for a switch that is located on the lower left hand corner of the pda that you would have to use a paper clip to reach. I would wait for someone else to verify, but I suspect this is a hardboot type of reset instead of the button located on back that is accessed via the paper clip. This second switch located on the bottom of the device was a batter disconnect or lock out or something like that.
Just my humble thoughts.
I've done lots with the Ipaq series but not so much with the Toshibas. I helped my 10 year old daughter buy this one used off of ebay with her allowance so we had to go with a low cost pda.
on Dec 05, 2008
My e310 cannot format my sd card
I had the same "error 31" problem when trying to format a 2 GB SD card. I then tried a 1 GB SD card and it worked fine. I wonder if the device only supports up to 1 GB cards?? I checked the user guide and it does not say one way or the other.
on Sep 05, 2008
My Toshiba e310 turns on by itself
It could be a piece of software that you have recently installed "activating" your PDA. I had this problem after installing a program that, amongst other things, monitored battery life. Once i uninstalled it it was fine so whether that was just a big coincidence i dont know.
on Sep 03, 2008
Toshiba e310 turns on by itself
On your device, go to activsync tools/option and click the Schedule tab. Uncheck "When connected to my PC, synchronize with the server every:"
Uncheck " When not connected to my PC, synchronize with the server every:"
It turns itself on in an attempt to synchronize with a server.
on Aug 05, 2008
"Pocket PC 2002 Update 2.0"
Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Update 2 official statement
This document provides useful information for end users and IT professionals to successfully update Windows® Powered Pocket PC 2002 with the latest improvements to the Microsoft® Pocket PC 2002 software included in the update.
This update provides improvements to the following problems.
Calling IpReleaseAddress() causes a multi-homed Pocket PC 2002 device to stop responding.
Server Sync cannot synchronize if a specific meeting is in Inbox or Calendar.
”Trouble Connecting” error appears even when a user wants to end a connection
FTP User/Password authentication default overrides user “anon.”
Pocket Internet Explorer sometimes does not send Submit button Name/value information.
Pocket Internet Explorer is slow to load a pages with JScript®.
IMAP4 service stops responding when attempting to download e-mail with certain attachments.
Media Player Full Screen playback breaks on second played clip.
Advanced VPN Settings will not save in Pocket PC 2002.
System .WAV sound files have extra noise at the end.
Setup and Installation
The PPCEUU2_.CAB file includes the EUU2 improvements described above as well as all previous updates. Once installed, the device will permanently store the changes in flashable ROM, saving the device RAM for applications and program memory.
Be sure to back up all of the data on the Pocket PC 2002 before beginning the installation process.
Ensure that the device has a minimum of 9 MB of free system RAM*. (Refer to your owner’s manual on how to free up additional memory.) The required memory is used only for the installation and will be available again once the setup has completed.
Be sure to keep the device connected to your power adapter during the updating process.
* System RAM is RAM available to the device apart from additional RAM storage cards.
Two methods of updating your PocketPC e310:
Method 1. Updating your Pocket PC while connected to the Internet or intranet
Ensure that the device is connected to the Internet or intranet through either a modem or LAN card.
On the device, open Microsoft® Pocket Internet Explorer and enter the URL to the Update page. (Consult your system administrator if you are not sure of the URL.)
Navigate to the appropriate page to locate the PPCEUU2_.CAB file.
Download the file.
Answer “Yes” in the dialog box when you are prompted.
The .cab file will open and install automatically. Answer questions when you are prompted during setup.
Do not attempt to turn off or restart the device while the update is in progress. After applying a ROM update, do not attempt to restore a backup that was made before the ROM update was installed.
Method 2. Updating your Pocket PC while connected to a desktop computer
Ensure that the device is docked and connected to
on Jul 21, 2008
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