Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
My brother in law has one of those new Nokia phones with an integrated camera. He can exchange images between the camera and his WindowsXP laptop, without installing any software on the XP. I tried to do the same with my TiBook but I failed to do so . I know my IrDA port is working ok because I can sync my Palm and dial-out using my mobile through it with no problems..<br><br>Anybody has any experience in this field?<br><br>
Is there something like an "IrDA File Exchange" app in your Utilities (or Apple Extras) folder that you need to launch first?<br><br>I don't have a Powerbook, but I remember a few years ago, they shipped with a little app that permitted file exchange through IrDA.<br><br>
If it's like IrDA on Rev A iMacs and G3 PBs, then then thing that alwasy gave me a problem (because I'd forget) is to set AppleTalk to connect via the infrared port. After aligning the two devices (always a pain, as I remember) use the Chooser to open the remote device. Now, I don't know how it would work with X cause I've never used IrDA with X.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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