Possible SanDisk WIFI driver for TE and T3
SanDisk has an attractive lineup of SDIO WLAN cards. There is a card bundled with 256MB and a regular one that only worked with the Zire 71 and the Zodiac by now. The devices are not too expensive, and seem to work well-for PocketPC users! Palm users had to miss out on the joy of using these devices because there was no driver available. SanDisk blamed PalmOne, and PalmOne blamed whomever. Whatever really hapened here, a ridiculous file was supplied to me recently. After virus-checking it, it was installed on a Windows XP box. Afterwards, it offered to sync stuff to my palm-and that was just what I did. Soon afterwards, a file called WIFI Setup was on my T3-but since I haven't got a WIFI card, that was about it. I ran the setup app and kicked the apps off my handheld.
Googling did not bring up many results, but one source stated that the driver worked with a Tungsten E. Most other reports state that the driver is intended for use on a T3 and a TE. However, I believe that one could also try a Treo 600 or one of the older Tungsten T handhelds(pretty similar hardware to the TE).
Here is a link to the file:
The source stated that the driver wasn't released officially because the card drew too much power. But, since the source reports the card to be working for quite some time now and since the SDIO port should also be protected somehow, I personally do not see any risk here-but of course, I cannot take any warranties!
Please tell me if the program works/doesn't work, and what card(with or without memory) and handheld(TT,TE,...) you are using.