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Topic # 14160 19-Jun-2007 05:12
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can't connect ipaq hx 2415 to internet through win xp sp2. please help step by step

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Reply # 75157 19-Jun-2007 12:39
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The easiest way to accomplish this is just connecting to ActiveSync via a USB cable. Your Pocket PC will automatically have access to the Internet, providing your software firewall (if you have one) is not blocking ActiveSync...








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  Reply # 75273 20-Jun-2007 00:49
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thanx for your fast answer freitasm, but I'd like to connect through bluetooth, maybe you can help me?

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Reply # 75287 20-Jun-2007 09:04
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If your device is running Windows Mobile 5.0 then your only option is using ActiveSync over Bluetooth. Otherwise you can set up a LAN sharing. Both methods are described in our Bluetooth Guides.

Note that if you are using the Windows XP SP2 own Bluetooth software then your only option is ActiveSync over Bluetooth. If you are using another Buetooth software then you may have the option for LAN sharing, if the device is running Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition.






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