Question about Mitac Mio 168 Pocket PC
I have had no problems with the Mio but I had to re-format the laptop that I used for synchronization. I reloaded the Outlook and ActiveSynch on to the laptop, following the instructions I think although I probably connected the Mio before loading ActiveSynch. However i uninstalled and did it again. The Mio was detected OK but when I attempt to synchronize I get a message that there is no connection; I can not seem to get the laptop and the Mio to recognize that each one exists.
Click on the hotsync icon in your system tray and then click "custom". That will bring up the list of things you are configured to sync with (conduits). For each of the ones you have problems with, click that conduit and then make sure it's set to sync the way you want...desktop overrides, handheld overrides, syncronize, etc. Potentially you have some of them selected as "do nothing". What shows up when I click custom from hotsync are the following Outlook Conduits: Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Memos. If you don't have those showing up, you need to update your Outlook conduits on your PC. If you have them, click to select the problem conduit, then click "change" and select what you want to have happen.
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
SOURCE: Hot sync does not work
"PLEASE SET SYNCHRONIZATION OPTION ENABLE SYNC WHEN OUTLOOK IN UI IN ORDER TO SYNC IN OFFLINE MODE" Just go to your Hotsync Manager icon Click Custom Click each Outlook conduit ex. Calendar Outlook Click Change Click Settings Check the Box that says Enable Synchronization when Outlook is Offline Then do same process for Contacts, Tasks and Memos. Wherever your updated data is..make sure you set Action of conduit to example: Desktop Overwrites HH (if your OUTLOOK has the most updated data.) Hope that resolves your problem.
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
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
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
SOURCE: HC SD card support for pocket pc
Unfortunately, Pocket PC devices with Windows Mobile 2003 OS do not support High Capacity SD (SDHC standard) cards.
However, some companies have created standard SD cards (Not SDHC) with capacities up to 4GB. These, sometimes, not always, work.
I would recommend you to purchase SD cards up to 2GB in size only which is the maximum size the SD standard has defined. If you would like to try the max capacity you can get, you can try some "SD standard extended, but not SDHC" SD cards up to 4GB. If you would like brand names, I could recommend you a few..
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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