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Old 09-21-2004, 01:03 PM   #1
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Palm T2 - no bluetooth - need software update

Im running a Palm T2 using Jpilot .99 and it syncs with no problem.

The problem is that while I was using the Palm, the bluetooth module decided it didn't want to work. When I reset, it's first response was to tell me that the was a fault with "DataMgr.c Line:9529, Index out of range" Sometimes I can work round it by pressing the buttons on the front while the Palm splash screen is on. When I do this, the networking doesn't work, It tells me that the module is missing.

The problem is, how do I update the actual OS using Linux?

I've looked at the Palmone site and there is no place to get the OS by itself.

I have been offered a Pocket PC, but I won't swap my Palm for a MS product if I can help it.

Anyone got any suggestions?




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