Re: Windows Mobile Devices this program operates on?
- Good information from you Lynn, Fred and Collin. I have access to a HP iPAQ 3670 and loaded APRS-CE 1.02 from the TAPR site onto it to check the sizing the unit might be to old use it does need a new battery.
It was one used here at work thats no longer used. The APRS-CE runs on it even though is not your work Lynn. I do understand about trying to get things done when your out of town too. its impossible for sure.
Oh if any of you have questions about Icom Products ask me as I worked there from 1989 until 2001 as a technical support rep. I'll do my best to provide an answer. If I don't know then I will say so and not try to dream up something. ;)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...> wrote:
> APRSISCE currently requires Windows Mobile 5 or 6 to run. I plan to
> work on a CE 3.0 and CE 5.0 version when I get back in the country
> (track KJ4ERJ-12) and clear up the 4 week work backlog (that'll probably
> take 6-8 weeks).
> Lynn (D) - EA2/KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> Gary wrote:
> > Is there a listing of Windows Mobile Devices this program operates on?
> > I looked in the files section but found none there. Tried a message search but no real luck.
> > I have access to a iPAQ 3670 with Windows CE 3.0 on it but suspect from some messages its a bit old for this program.
> > I have a Argent Data Tracker 2 and want to have a mobile display.
> > Short of installing a netbook or dedicated auto computer with a touch screen what iPAQ's and other devices will work?
> > I wear contacts so too small of a screen will not do for me without readers and you don't want me driving about with those on ;)
> > Gary Fiber K8IZ