Palm Tungstens and Macs
Can Excel and Outlook be bluetoothed between Macs and Tungstens? If
not, is there any alternative?
Can iCal work with a Palm Tungsten 3, say? What's up with Palm/Mac
that they favor Windows and make it virtually impossible for Macs?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
email@example.com (nando) wrote:
> Can Excel and Outlook be bluetoothed between Macs and Tungstens? If
> not, is there any alternative?
I'm not familiar with Bluetooth as a verb. What does "to bluetooth" mean?
> Can iCal work with a Palm Tungsten 3, say? W...FA: PC Misc Hardware, Misc Software, Joysticks, Zip Drive and Disks
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...Tungsten T5 and Java (was:Tungsten T5 and Visual Basic)
As I mentioned in a previous post (Tungsten T5 and Visual Basic) We
have a visual basic application that is for all practical purposes
an mp3 player. Management wants to be able to use the program on a
wireless hand held. It looks like they are going to go with the
Tungsten T5, they are getting a deal on a bunch of them.
Being as Visual Basic on the T5 is out of the question the other more
viable option appears to be to port the application to the Java
So my next question is. In regards to using Java on the T5 what are
peoples general experiences with this environment ...Palm Tungsten T5 and Linux
I am unable to keep a connection with this setup.
I can create a PPP connection using this command line:
/usr/sbin/pppd /dev/ttyUSB1 28800 192.168.1.100:192.168.1.101 local \
netmask 255.255.255.0 persist \
passive noauth debug -detach
It connects fine and will work if I transfer a small amount of data, if
I transfer over 8k or so then it fails with no error message.
I can ping the palm in another window and as soon as a little bit of
data has been transferred, the palm stops responding to pings. It works
out so I can download the first half of...Palm Tungsten T5 for $300
Just thought I'd post it - don't know if it's anything special.
eCost has a "Shopping Cart Special" which lets you buy the T5 for $350,
and there's apparently a PalmOne promotion which gives you a $50 rebate. So
essentially, I'm (I hope) getting a T5 for about what I paid for my M515.
...Palm Tungsten T5 OS
I am looking to buy 26 Tungsten T5's for the company I work for, the
only problem is that they come with the latest OS v5.4.
Unfortunately (I am told) I need version 4.13 to ensure compatibility
with some software. I have contacted Palm who weren;t very helpful and
bascially said tough luck.
Anybody know a way of getting the older OS system.
> I am looking to buy 26 Tungsten T5's for the company I work for, the
> only problem is that they come with the latest OS v5.4.
> Unfortunately (I am told) I need version 4.13 to e...Palm Tungsten T5 Reset
I have a palm tungsten T5 that refuses to reset completely. After I
perform a hard reset, I am presented with a screen telling me to 'Tap
the center of the target'. However, after I tap it, the target shifts
and I'm asked to repeat this task ad-infinitum. I have tried every sys
reset that I can find and I always wind up back at this screen. Any
advice would be tremendously appreciated.
__/ [ gig ] on Wednesday 01 March 2006 02:55 \__
> I have a palm tungsten T5 that refuses to reset completely. After I
> perform a hard reset, I am presented with a scre...VPN and Palm Tungsten T5
As I'm sure everyone here knows, the T5 does not come with WiFi access.
I've been assuming since I bought the Palm (a few weeks ago) that the
WiFi card Palm sells would not be useful to me, because in order to log
on with my laptop to my company server, I need a hardware key plugged
in to the USB port, and the T5 obviously has nowhere to plug in such a
key. Am I correct in this assumption? If I was able to log on to my
coporate e-mail with the T5, I might be more inclined to buy the card,
but if it wouldn't work, I'd rather not spend the money, since ...Graffiti1 onto Palm Tungsten T5 ???
I just started working on a new T5 after a glourius past with all the
other devices starting from Palmpilot 1000 to Tungsten T.
Now finally I've approached the infamous Graffiti2: after years being
accustomed to G1 it's really difficult to go with G2.
Anyway G2 is really a downgrade in terms of effectiveness and speed.
Yes I know, it has been already discussed. I read a lot about this
topic here and in other NG. I'm just wondering if is there any good
Is there any trick to revive the G1 as it was available before with
former Palm versions?
Is there any vendor that have som...Screen protector for Palm Tungsten T5
I notice no one's selling screen protectors for individual models any more
.... anyone know what works well for the T5?
I also notice that Fellowes is selling a "Universal" set of WriteRights. Is
this the right size for the T5 (or too large so it has to be cut down)?
Thanks in advance for any info ...
I just bought a Boxwave screen protector for my Z72. It is excellent-as
advertised. Crystal clear, smooth. You would never know there was one on.
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...Mario Bros games on a Palm Tungsten T5
I have just bought a T5 wqhich will mostly be used for Sat/Nav. It
hasn't been delivered yet but I expect to get it within 7 days. I have
also ordered the matching Navigation Companion kit so the Sat/Nav side
should be sorted. I will also be using it for watching movies copied
from my own DVDs.
But here's the thing, I'd really like to be able to play the old Mario
Bros games on it too. Not the Kart racing stuff but the one where the
hero moves from left to right picking up points and avoiding being
killed. Remember the ones?
Now I'm not a techie whizz-kid by an...