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  1. JiG
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    Is anybody else having trouble using PDAnet on their Treo 700w?

    I've been syncing with activesync via BT without a problem however it doesn't seem to recognize my USB connection.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks, all.
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    pdanet works fine for me. It only works over USB at present, I believe. Only problem with connecting via USB I had is that ActiveStink set itself up to only work via one USB port, not any, so for a long time I fumbled around with it until I realized I had to use the USB port I originally set up ActiveStink on.
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    Yup, PDAnet should only work via a USB cable but for some reason mine is not recognizing. When you unplug your device from the USB port does the device know to sync via BT? Or is it one or the other?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JiG
    Yup, PDAnet should only work via a USB cable but for some reason mine is not recognizing. When you unplug your device from the USB port does the device know to sync via BT? Or is it one or the other?
    You have to configure it to use either one, or both "supposably". I see the configuration settings, but I never could get mine to work with BT. I was able to get my notebook paired with my Treo, but it would never sync over bluetooth. Sync would never recognize the bluetooth connection.

    Sounds like you don't have your ActiveStink configured to work over USB. Try running the wizard with it connected. You may have to reinstall ActiveSync to get it to install the right drivers and set them up. It actually creates a network entry. Also, you may have the network setting, but you may not have any connection items associated with it. That happened to me at one install. I had to find the connection in Network Connections and manually select all the items to associate with it, like tcp/ip and Microsoft Network.
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    good to know, i'm sure reinstalling activesync while the device is connected via USB should do the trick, my hunch is that you cant have BT sync and USB sync work at the same time if anybody could confirm that
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    I've had problems; it doesn't connect and the "support" at JuneFabrics was unable to help; I'm now in the process of trying to get a refund, which isn't going so well.
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    Doesn'r windows mobile come with a built in app to act as a wireless modem. The app of my ppc6600 is called wmoden. It works through active synce, and supports a connection through blue tooth, serial, usb, and even irda.
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    Reinstalling ActiveSync from scratch with the 700w connected via USB still did not work! Ahh! It'll say "connecting" but never gets anywhere.

    Good luck with waiting for a refund, they don't even offer phone support!

    This worked great on the 650 though.

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