At a local store I've seen they sell SD WiFi cards.
The only thing you need is an SD/IO enabled SD slot.
Since I want to be sure it'll work I would like to ask if this should work since Toshiba only offers Bluetooth as an option...
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Re: Pocket PC e400 en Sandisk WiFi
I have bought the Bluetooth Option Part for my e400. It was an "PC Bluetooth SD Card2".
In the specs of the Bluetooth Card is an SD/IO enabled SD Slot required for the Card.
So I think your Wifi will also work.
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if you are telling me that it has already builtin wifi,you dont have to buy it, those people who doesnt have built in wifi can use sd card for wifi,im sure it will fit to yours,because SD card has standard size..
"Certain Pocket PC Models have SD or SDIO slots but are not compatible with the SDIO WLAN Card. These include: Toshiba e350 and e750 – these have SDIO slots but do not have SDIO Now! software from BSQUARE. The e355 is the same as the e350.
You are absolutely right. The “SD WIFI+256 MB” don’t work properly. Unfortunately there is no software that can re-establish your data again. You must be very carefully and always make data back up using SD card. This is the best and securest way to save all your data.
In my opinion it is definitely a hardware problem. If you have the same problem with two or more SD cards it must be hardware. Please contact Service partner in your country and ask them how they can help you.
I have read some Information about Toshiba PDAs. There is a technique called SD™ IO card. In the technical specifications I found this Info:
1 x SD™ card slot (supports SD™ memory card, SD™ IO card, MultiMedia card)
So when SD™ IO card is the same as Bsquare SDIO Now! tecnique...