Johnny Kapikki wrote:
> On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 05:28:30 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Hello, I haven't been able to get the file transfer software to work in
>>> this PDA. I can hotsync without problem, but the file tranfer doesn't
>>> detect the device and freezes up. I have reinstalled the software
>>> several times without results. I have used two different computers to
>>> do this and I get the same results. I would appreciate any tips.
>>What type of files are you trying to transfer and what tool are you using
>>to do so? Are you using the Palm installation tool (which isn't strictly a
>>file transfer tool)? A third-party application? Linux software perhaps?
> I think he's talking about the 'File Transfer' application that comes
> on the manufacturer CD-ROM. It opens on your desktop, and without
> having to hotsync, it treats your Tungsten T5 like a USB storage
> device. You can browse directories of the device's internal memory,
> RAM and SD cards.
In that case, since several computers were involved in the testing process,
I advice the OP to hard-reset his Palm and test the File Transfer tool
_before_ restoring any data.
Roy S. Schestowitz