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Reply # 22993 10-Nov-2005 17:19
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Make sure you are connecting directly to a USB port on your computer, not a USB Hub (even powered USB HUBs don't work well with Pocket PC).





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Reply # 23411 17-Nov-2005 09:04
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Hi,
Are you looking at doing a review on the Jasjar unit?
I see one on Geekzone for the Apache which you got about the same time.

I've read reviews elsewhere on features of the Jasjar but it would be nice to read how people who have had one for a while are coping with it.
What are the niggles, quirks, and plain outright faults with the unit. What makes it excel above any other unit ... or not.

I read this forum http://www.expansys.com/forumthread.asp?code=119353&thread=42 about ROM / Memory issues. Do you experience these? Are they fixed?

I'm looking at purchasing one but that forum has stopped me in my tracks for the moment.

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Reply # 23425 17-Nov-2005 09:31
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Wiggly: Are you looking at doing a review on the Jasjar unit? I see one on Geekzone for the Apache which you got about the same time.


We have a O2 XDA Exec review, which is exactly the same model, just different colour. But, yes, I have a Jasjar.

Wiggly: I read this forum http://www.expansys.com/forumthread.asp?code=119353&thread=42 about ROM / Memory issues. Do you experience these? Are they fixed?
This is being investigated. Can't say more about this at the moment.





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