Tungsten E and Wireless Networking (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth)

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  1. Bill-DC

    Bill-DC Newbie

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    I must have accidentally deleted the Blazer when I was clearing some stuff I didn't want (games). My e-mail is Comcast and I will configure this for Versa mail.

    I thought VPN was something I may need?

    I have a copy of the install disk so I may need to reinstall to get Blazer back. Will I lose my contacts if I do this?

    Sorry for the headaches and thanks for all the assistance, this is the first time I've had one of these.
     
  2. holvoetn

    holvoetn Still a moderator ...

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    Not 100% sure since I never had E2 but Blazer should be on your install disk.
    Reinstalling does not impact your other data (but better make a backup using any SD card backup solution before proceeding).
     
  3. saminmemphis

    saminmemphis Mobile Consultant

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    A couple of questions

    1) Just got a refurbed E2 for $88 shipped. Was gonna get the Z22 but spent say $40 extra. Never used a PDA before. What WiFi card would I get, and about how much would i expect to pay? Do they have like second hand cards? Or would I be better off using the PDA and getting the hang of one and maybe selling it for a loss, say at $50 and then using that $50 to put to a TX? I dont wanna use a phone with the PDA or else Id jsut get a phone, but surfing the net to check emails and say this forum would be a big plus
     
  4. RickLiebespach

    RickLiebespach Tungsten E and i705 user

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    Now that it's the middle of 2007...
    is there any way for the Tungsten E to communicate wirelessly?
     
  5. holvoetn

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    Same response as over 1 year ago: Enfora Wifi sled.
     
  6. RickLiebespach

    RickLiebespach Tungsten E and i705 user

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    Unless I'm mistaken the Enfora Wifi sled uses the Universal connector.... which the Tungsten E does not have! If it did, I'd have other acceptable options.

    Thanks for trying.
     
  7. holvoetn

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    You are mistaking. Enfora also has a sled with mini-USB connector.
     
  8. Dick Tracy

    Dick Tracy Detective/Moderator

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    Enfora made a WiFi case for use with the T|E; it was not a sled.
     
  9. holvoetn

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    Ah, right. Minor difference but substantial enough.
    Here is a pic

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