I'm pretty sure that active sync was replaced by Windows Mobile Device Center in later Windows computers but I can't seem to get it to work with my C320. Although it doesn't really matter since my C320 is 3.3 and that lets it be seen by the computer using USB. I sent you my C320 disk above [post #9] and it does have USB drivers but I don't know if you can just put them on your 310 and make it work. Worth a try I guess.
EDIT: Just had another thought. If your device does use a SD card for more storage, do you have a Card Reader that you could use with the card? If so, I have some MIO unlocks that work from a SD card.
As you've seen, I don't like to give up!
Last edited by chas521; 17th December 2015 at 21:47.
I don't think it's possible to access C310 via Active Sync (driver or no driver); so option is probably via external SD card. I have to find a spare 2GB SD (not SDHC) card to do that. But since the C310 is not mine, I will have to get permission from owner first.
I was trying to backup my C320 by copying over the 1GB MioMap but some how it got corrupted (don't know if it's because of ActiveSync 4.5 on WinXPSP2). I might have to end up just restoring it using your MioMap backup upload (Thanks for that!) Once the backup restoration is working, I'll probably follow your original instruction on just wiping out the internal storage (where MioMap was installed) then unlock and install other proggies. Still preferred the unmodified registry hack instead of doing MioPocket via external SD card.