Do you (or somebody else) know what the other options mean?
does NORMAL mean that the XDA then runs in Triband-mode?
> With your XDA (which is stated to be GSM900/1800 only), try the
> 1. While holding the on/off button, push the soft-reset button. You'll
> now enter the bootloader menu.
> 2. Press the Calendar button (upper right button). You'll now enter
> the GSM module menu.
> 3. Navigate down (with the navigation button, touchscreen will not
> work here) to "GSM1900" and push the navigation button. The GSM
> module will now be switched to GSM1900 mode.
> 4. Soft reset the XDA again. It's now set for GSM1900 operation.
> Perform the same steps to set it back to GSM900/1800 mode again (just
> select this mode in step 3.). Another option is GSM900 only mode.
> As far as I know nobody has confirmed yet the GSM1900 mode works
> correctly on a U.S. network. However I've been able to confirm that
> GSM900 only mode does indeed select only GSM900 networks.
> Please confirm if you have success on GSM1900 networks.
> >Please help me to understand the following.
> >I currently own a XDA, manufactured for Asia, it sports GSM900,
> >GSM1800 & GPRS.
> >It does now work on GSM1900.
> >Therefore I cannot use it in USA, neither with T-mobile nor with
> >Cingular SIM cards, since their network is GSM1900
> >Now my 2 questions:
> >is T-mobile PocketPC device a GSM1900 device only or a multiGSM (800,
> >1800, 1900 MHz)?
> >If multiGSM, then I can purchase it and use it worldwode (USA, Europe,
> >Asia), since GSM providers do not usually lock equipments in
> >Is T-mobile PocketPC device GPRS enabled, like european XDA?
> >If yes you can browse internet at 40kb/s
> >XDA O2 is GPRS enabled
> >Fujitsu-siemens is not (only GSM)
> >Thanks and please let me know