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How to connect to the internet in a Zaurus SL-5500 PDA using the inbuilt browser using Java
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shobha1234 earned 140 total points
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you can find info about it in the operation manual.
if not able to u can mail me
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vini: the short answer is this.  Yes, check your manual for instructions.  You'll need to find out if your PDA has built in wireless access or if you'll need to buy an add-on wireless adapter.
Next, you'll need to find a place with wireless Internet access.  This can be your home (if you have it set up), a place like Starbucks, an airport, a college library, etc.  Use this site to search for spots in your area: http://www.wi-fihotspotlist.com/

shobha: I see you're new here, so I'll point out that you aren't supposed to contact people through email - before one of the board workers here yell at you.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/help.jsp#hi99
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