Nowadays, most PocketPC’s have a bluetooth transmitter – and all of them have memory cards. Thus, accessing a PocketPC’s memory card via Bluetooth sounds like a cool idea(no need for that sync cable). And indeed, the OBEX protocol allows you to access the My Documents folder of your PocketPC wirelessly – but not the memory card.
However, configuring your PocketPC to share its memory card is easy(sorry for German screenshots as always)!
Step 1: open settings, click bluetooth
Step 2: click services, choose Data transfer, click Settings
Step 3: choose the path you want to share
In the picture above, I chose the root folder of my hp ipaq rx4240 so that I can access both RAM and the memory card wirelessly from my PC and my Treo 680. However, you can choose other folders as needed – for example, your memory card or your Windows folder!
From now on, other handhelds and PC’s can access the ‘share’ you created! Have fun with it!