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CF GPRS Modems for PDA??

Who uses a GPRS modem in the CF slot of a HP PDA, expecially in a hx 4700? I have an Audiovox RTM 8000 CF modem in my hx 4700. It worked for serveral weeks, but after update to the 1.10 ROM in 99,9 percent of the connects it fails to connect with the internet.

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Update to Window Mobile 5 and it should fix it. You would also need a GPS update from HP website for the PDA.

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