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Toshiba Pocket PC e800 wifi issues

I tried all kinds of ways to connect my Toshiba e800 Pocket PC to my D-Link router via WiFi with no success. It connected and worked once for about 1 min but never again. any ideas? Its been updated to windows 2003 SE so is supposed to support WPA.

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Import your existing movie into Windows Movie Maker (WMM). If you wish, edit it. When you are ready to publish, WMM has pre-set compression settings for PDA. Once published, copy the file to your PDA memory card using a card reader or RAM using ActiveSync. Note that Windows Media 9 is buggy on VGD machines, and you may see your movie at 1/2 screen resolution you intend. There is no way to fix this. Instead, I recommend Beta Player as an alternative (and more powerful, if uglier) movie player. http://betaplayer.corecodec.org/download It is free. Download the Latest Stable Player.

Posted on Sep 08, 2005

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The presumption that your Wifi Compact Flash Card work with Windows Mobile 2003 is higher than working with Windows Mobile 2002. The new Windows is supporting much more hardware than the old one.

Posted on Sep 08, 2005

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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

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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