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Thursday, February 23, 2006
i-Blue PS3200

3. Installation

To begin using the device, you must first fully charge it. From our tests, it took around 3 hours to fully charge the batteries. You have to press the right slider and then perform several simple steps on your PDA device, which in our case was a Dell Axim x50V with Windows Mobile 2003 SE. Start by accessing the bluetooth manager and tap New->Connect.

The PS3200 will show up with and ID of i-Blue.

Press Next->Select GPS OUTPUT-> Next

Done!

After accessing the BT Manager, right click->Connect

Our i-Blue was finally connected to our Dell Axim x50V PDA and ready to use! The device can be found on COM7 set to 4800 communications speed. Press the "Scan GPS" and if all goes well, you will see a lot of numbers scrolling down the screen. Unfortunately, all currently available drivers don't support the NemeriX chipsets, therefore we couldn't see the device's firmware version and other interesting info, as happens with the SiRF powered devices.




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