I have been using an HP 5455, with wireless, bluetooth, and IR capability. I think the operating system is PPC Windows 2003.
I also have a NOKIA 3650 cell phone, with ATT/Cingular service. The phone is a photo phone, with bluetooth and IR.
I love these toys, but can't seem to get them to cooperate. I can transfer one file (photo, etc.) at a time. . .. VERY SLOW for the 200-300 photos I take each month. I finaly started taking the card out of the phone and plugging it in to the photo card reader on the computer. faster, but it sure seems like there should be a wireless solution. . .
We are planning to set up a wireless system (maybe Linksys) in the home ~soon. . . for 4 pc's and 2 Pocket PC's. But have had reservations about security, internet access, etc. Now it sounds like it might not work for the most portable items . . . .
ANYWAY, MY QUESTION:
DO YOU USE BLUETOOTH TO TRANFER "FOLDERS" OR to "EXPLORE" THE CONTENT OF THE PHONE'S STORAGE?
ARE YOU ABLE TO GET THE IPAQ TO ACCESS YOUR BLUETOOTH PHONE FOR AN INTERNET CONNECTION?
Just so you know, I have had numerous problems accessing wireless systems. The only one that works well is the one my son set up at school. I've tried Starbucks Hotspots, Hotel rooms, & work systems all with limited or no success. (You are not alone, and if you get an answer, or a source for answers, please share.)
ARE THERE SOME SECRETS TO IPAQ WIRELESS ?
I have had no issues connection unto the internet using my bluetooth phone, but I seem to have issues everytime I try to use the wireless connection. The strange thing is, I have been able to use it through a neighbors open connection, yet I can;t seem to pinpoint the problems to connect in my home network. My friend is able to connect his PDA on my wireless, but my iPaq won't go in... any ideas what it could be?