|Post 1 made on Thursday October 30, 2003 at 07:35|
I just bought an iPronto and I am trying to find how on earth I will communicate it with my PC.
The ProntoPro was easy, this one sucks.
I saw the USB post (no wire though) but it has wireless too?
Do I need to go wireless?
Also how I will customize the screens with graphics etc?
It is more complicated that I thought it was, damn....
Sorry about all these questions,(hate doing that) but I would appreciate some starter's feedback on that to roll.
BTW, The manual doesnt worth a dime, pity for Philips
Thanks all of you
|Post 2 made on Thursday October 30, 2003 at 18:22|
To answer your first question - yes you will have to go wireless. The only way to upload or download at this time is thru a wireless device.
To modify screens is similar to the ProntoPro - if you have not done it yet you will need to download iProntoEdit from the files section of this site or the Philips site.
|Post 3 made on Friday October 31, 2003 at 04:11 |
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The USB port is apparantly only for the addition of something like a USB keyboard.
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