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  1. #21  
    Originally posted by BrianV
    The Pdanet guys developed one though. I'm not giving you a hard time, your product was first to market and was a life saver for me. I'd really love to use your product with a USB cable, and I understand that you have no experience in Windows WDM drivers, I was hoping maybe you could now see that it's possible and develop something after seeing how they have it done, but I'll live if that can't be done.

    Thanks!
    I know that it can be done, but unless I become a Windows developer, I personally can't do it. As I do Macintosh and Palm OS development, I have no desire to learn Windows. Yes, I understand that most of the world users Windows, but I've never been much of a follower.

    I'll again make the offer that if a Windows developer writes the driver that works with WirelessModem, I'll give them a cut of the revenue.
  2. #22  
    A very common thing to do in a situation like this is to hire a consultant to do it. I don't know if that's within your budget, but I know that there are thousands of hungry software engineers in the bay area right now.

    You could probably even advertise on Craigslist and get someone to do it for a share of the profits.
  3. #23  
    Originally posted by 003oret
    my pdanet connection no longer works. I think it has something to do with it being on com9. I think it's supposed to be on 1 or 2 (I have nothing on any other coms). I think it got to 9 due to uninstalling and reinstalling. How do I get it back to original com? By the way, I sent an email to junefabrics and it went unanswered. Thanx...
    Any help would be appreciated. Still no word from pdanet support...

    Tanx
  4. #24  
    I have a trial on pdanet... so far I love it and am going to buy it. I am surprised how fast the connection is -- it seems much faster loading big pages on my laptop via pdanet connection than loading small pages on my treo using blazer. Why is this?
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    #25  
    My guess is that the pages load faster because: 1. They aren't going through Blazer's proxy server, and, 2. Your computer can render the pages much more quickly than the Treo can.

    -Rusty J
    Treo 270 on AT&T GSM/GPRS
    (PDANet waiting for flat-rate data plan...)
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  6. #26  
    After using updater 1.0 on my treo 300, when I connect with PDANet I get an audible busy signal. The only way to get the busy signal to stop is to disconnect and dial a number and then hang up.

    Anyone have a fix?
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