__/ [ Laurent Bugnion ] on Thursday 09 March 2006 14:45 \__
> Tinman wrote:
>> On 8 Mar 2006 10:46:56 -0800, "Kevin" <kevprice1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> You can also install CardExport, which allows your TX to serve as a
>>> card reader. When launched while connected to your PC, it will create
>>> a auxillary drive on it.
>> I would suggest Card Export II instead:
>> It's less expensive and makes the SD in the TX work just like a standard
>> mass storage device (i.e, like a USB flash drive, it can connect to most
>> modern computers without needing additional drivers).
> Doesn't the TX have a drive mode like the LifeDrive?
I suspect you are correct. If the T-5, being a near predecessor, has this
functionality, so should the T-X.
,----[ Snippet ]
| To use the T5 as a USB removable drive, simply run the Drive Mode
| application on the PDA and plug it into a USB port on your computer.
| You need not install any software on your computer. The palm appears
| as a new drive on your computer and you can access the 160 meg memory
| partition, to view, move and transfer files to and from the device.
| Very nice! Speeds are fast, and copying MP3s and movies was as fast
| as copying them using a card reader. Those of you who've used Palm
| Desktop to transfer large files know how long that took, and the
| T5's drive mode is a wonderful improvement.
Hope it helps,
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