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Re: IPAQ, WM5 and 4GB SD/SDHC Cards

Source: http://www.tech−archive.net/Archive/PocketPC/microsoft.public.pocketpc/2008−01/msg00188.html



      • From: "Werner \"Menneisyys\" Ruotsalainen [MVP − Windows − Mobile Devices]"
        <!ei.maileja@kiitos!>
      • Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 16:12:17 +0100

Oops, ignore the prev post − I've misread the device model, which isn't
WM2003SE.

I, having no access to the rx5915, don't know why its BT stack doesn't
support A2DP. However, you could try "hacking" the Widcomm BT stack already
available for the (WM5) x51v and several (WM5) HTC phones. They MAY work.

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Werner "Menneisyys" Ruotsalainen − Microsoft MVP − Windows − Mobile Devices
Please see the Pocket PC Mag Expert Blog (including mine) at
http://www.pocketpcmag.com/blogs/ − you will definitely like it.


"Werner "Menneisyys" Ruotsalainen [MVP − Windows − Mobile Devices]"
<!ei.maileja@kiitos!> wrote in message
news:OiDo%237rVIHA.2368@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

                More bad news. The Bluetooth on the 5915 doesn't support stereo
                headphones.
                Grrr now I'll have to buy a separate BT xmitter to listen to music in my
                helmet. They sure are giving the good deal I thought I made a beating.
                They
                even specify stereo headphones for it on their website!


        Did you try the official WM2003SE A2DP upgrade I've explained in several
        of my A2DP−related articles? See section "Adding A2DP (and AVRCP) support
        to WM2003SE devices" at
        http://www.pocketpcmag.com/blogs/index.php?blog=3&p=1307&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1


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                            Re: IPAQ, WM5 and 4GB SD/SDHC Cards

      Werner "Menneisyys" Ruotsalainen − Microsoft MVP − Windows − Mobile
      Devices
      Please see the Pocket PC Mag Expert Blog (including mine) at
      http://www.pocketpcmag.com/blogs/ − you will definitely like it.


      "T Shadow" <blackhole@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
      news:478b0835$0$24087$4c368faf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

             It's been discussed on the Hp Handheld forum

             http://forums12.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/categoryhome.do;HP−FORUMS−S−WPA−IDX

             Search Answered Questions(I used) or Top Read Messages. Haven't checked
             it
             in several weeks. Wish it was set up more like a conventional forum.

             I was under the impression, from the forum, the IPAQ was the problem.
             People
             complaining there seem to think HP could fix it. The person posting about
             the hack said it worked but with problems. Might be Ok for storage but I
             wouldn't run a program from it which is what I want it for.

             The good news is after putting some mp3 and wmv TV shows on the card
             2GB
             isn't looking that bad. Probably only need to carry extra cards when
             going
             several days or more. Still, I'd rather have one big card.

             More bad news. The Bluetooth on the 5915 doesn't support stereo
             headphones.
             Grrr now I'll have to buy a separate BT xmitter to listen to music in my
             helmet. They sure are giving the good deal I thought I made a beating.
             They
             even specify stereo headphones for it on their website!

             Make sure you get the GPS firmware upgrade if yours doesn't already have
             it.
             It's a significant improvement. Not so sure about the map but I put it in
             anyway. 1.2GB and the first D/L was 10 bytes short. Good thing I'm on
             broadband.


             "smailman" <smailman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
             news:C4A8B449−E94C−4E0B−AFDB−57817FD578C8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

                     I'm new as well − and recently purchased my iPAQ rx5915
                     at CompUSA − I
                     understood that 4 GB was the limit, but I purchased an
                     SDHC and have
                     been

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                     trying unsuccessfully to determine why the iPAQ doesn't
                     recognize it.
                     So,

            I

                     see in your post that Windows Mobile 5 doesn't support
                     SDHC? For my

            future

                     self−reference, can you tell me where you found that out?

                     Thanks, very much,



                     "T Shadow" wrote:


                             I'm new to the PPC. I bought a 2GB SD card
                             for my RX5915. Would like
                             to

            go

                             to 4GB cards now. The limit for this IPAQ is
                             supposed to be 4GB and

            AFAIK it

                             and WM5 doesn't support SDHC. Are 4GB
                             non SDHC available and if so how
                             likely am I to be able to find one?

                             I've seen a couple of 4GB cards listed
                             without mentioning SDHC but it

            seems

                             this could just be an omission. Anyone with
                             real world knowledge on

            this?




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