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Old 06-05-2007, 03:43 PM   #21
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There is a bunch for that phone... Its a qwerty version of the SDA. I've had both, now have the MDA and have the new "Wing" on order. All of these phones are made by http://www.htc.com

If you want to make it a portable GPS with moving maps you can do that as well. First you will have to buy the bluetooth GPS card and download the Telenav program. Once you've downloaded the program, you have to call Telenav to set up the $9/month subscription for unlimited access. Doing this will give you turn-by-turn gps navigation with moving maps. Its as accurate as my $2300 Garmin aviation gps! You will also have to tell Telenav you are with Cingular, as they do not support T-Mobile. They can bill you separately.

In addition to that program, you can go to Fry's Electronics and buy a 2 gig micro card for $27!! I have 300+ songs downloaded to mine and thanks to the techmount I bought from Patrick, the combo works great while on the bike.

In fact... I'm responding using my MDA now. Try not to use the wifi so much as it will slow your system and drain the battery.
Yeah i went to best buy and got the 1 gig card. What is this techmount thingy? I guess ill ask Patrick
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Old 06-05-2007, 03:56 PM   #22
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There is a bunch for that phone... Its a qwerty version of the SDA. I've had both, now have the MDA and have the new "Wing" on order. All of these phones are made by http://www.htc.com

If you want to make it a portable GPS with moving maps you can do that as well. First you will have to buy the bluetooth GPS card and download the Telenav program. Once you've downloaded the program, you have to call Telenav to set up the $9/month subscription for unlimited access. Doing this will give you turn-by-turn gps navigation with moving maps. Its as accurate as my $2300 Garmin aviation gps! You will also have to tell Telenav you are with Cingular, as they do not support T-Mobile. They can bill you separately.

In addition to that program, you can go to Fry's Electronics and buy a 2 gig micro card for $27!! I have 300+ songs downloaded to mine and thanks to the techmount I bought from Patrick, the combo works great while on the bike.

In fact... I'm responding using my MDA now. Try not to use the wifi so much as it will slow your system and drain the battery.
blue tooth gps receiver for $110 and a pirated version of tomtom works good!
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Old 06-05-2007, 05:09 PM   #23
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