DEVICE: Still waiting for the Audiovox GPRS CF Card
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 24.09.02 - 18:32:00 CET under 06 - Site News - Viewed 6295x Not Tagged
I've got asked by some of you whatâ€™s with the Audiovox GPRS CF Card review and I just got an answer form Audiovox:
My sincerest apologies. Our shipment was delayed from the east, and it should be arriving in our warehouse by the end of the week. We should then be in a position to get one out to you the soonest.
So I hope to get the card as soon as possible to be reviewed here for sure shortly after it arrived.
Thanks for your patience!
Cheers ~ Arne
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I'm still not having any luck getting the card to fully work with VoiceStream or AT&T service in the US. I'm in contact with VoiceStream weekly, but we aren't making lots of progress.
I can make calls and connect to the internet, but the problem seems to be an inability to read the SIM card consistently. Without that, no instant messages, no voicemail notificaiton, no saving/reading addresses from the address book.
It does seem to be that older SIM cards work, likely because they use a 16- or 48- bit encryption (at least for VoiceStream). The newer 128-bit encryption cards seem to be the issue.
Hopefully, this is resolved soon
Posted by Anonymous on 30.09.02 - 00:00:00
For your information I have the same problem but if you leave your dialer sw on for a while the sim card will be read. This is a problem with the iadialer sw I have used a beta version of mphone from mobem that can read the sim card and the messages I only hope that this will be released soon to all
Posted by Maciej Rutkowski on 01.10.02 - 00:00:00
The Audiovox CF GPRS Card is quite nice, I had it in my Toshiba e740 for a few moments and used IA Style Dialer as a phone application. GPRS was active but I didn't have time to try it out. Voice quality (through a headset, which is the only way to talk) is very nice, although the lack of any battery in the card makes it useless for changing your PocketPC into a everyday-use phone. The sim card phonebook was available for editing, as well as the sms messaging.
Posted by Anonymous on 01.10.02 - 00:00:00
I've tried to keep my unit on for hours at a time, but no luck reading the 'newer' SIM card. I do get intermittent luck with being able to read the 'older' SIM cards, but even this is intermittent.