First Post..(this group rocks!, had my Epod surfin' with a Cisco wireless in less than 2 hours).
I have an Epods that has the 1.02 hack applied, and can't seem to get Active Sync to work over Serial.
1. Laptop running XP
2. Desktop1 running XP
3. Desktop2 running XP
4. Epod (Bought it while they were still in buisness)
Active sync works to #1 with IR, but doesn't work with 2 or 3 using Serial, I've tried every varation of Com port settings I can think of, anyone else seen this?
I thought Active Sync worked over TCP/IP?? Anyone know how to get eVB and eVC to see an Epod over TCP/IP? Want to write some apps, but it's a pain using the "cool-trick" shown below.
You can get commercial applications to your epod by running the "Setup" program that comes with it on your Windows box. After that browse to the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Acvtive Sync\ directory and look for a folder resembling the name of the application. Open that and copy the MIPS cab file from there to a CompactFlash card, pop that into the Epod and run the file. App Manager takes over from there.