__/ [ Jeffrey Kaplan ] on Friday 17 March 2006 20:47 \__
> It is alleged that RicercatoreSbadato claimed:
>>I have a Tungsten C and I have installed Real ONE for palmOS to listen
>>to the music. But I don't have a SD card. How can I transfer the music
>>on the pda with the HotSync?
> The mp3 has to be on a card to be played, so the answer is "you
Not true, I suspect. I have Real Player and I believe that music /could/ be
put in main memory. I may be wrong though. Music is typically put in the
/Audio directory on the SD card.
Check the options in the desktop-side software or use a tool like pilot-link
to send the file directly to your Palm's memory. I do suspect, however, that
the handheld will not permit the inclusion of files that are not PRC or PDB.
Worth trying. Have an application like FileZ available, just in case.
SD cards with high capacity are rather cheap nowadays, or even lower-capacity
cards that are sold second-hand among on-line auctions.
Hope it helps,
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