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    please answer me... if yes how?
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    Yes, you can. I just did this last night in fact on my 650. Here is the weblink for the download on the Palm website: http://www.palm.com/us/support/jvm/

    You must fill out the form requesting the download at the bottom of the page and they will then send you to a download page. Then after installing it through syncing you will find the icon on your Home page, double click it to install it and you are done.
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    Actually you can download it without filling anything out from http://palmone.r3h.net/downloads.palmone.com/JVM.zip.

    A note though, memory constraints on the 650 may not make it really worth it to you.

    Ben
  4.    #4  
    thanks guys...
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    when i put it in thequick install it tells me that it contains no compatible files, what should i do?
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    This is downloaded as a .zip file, you need to unzip the folder first. Then inside is a .pdf readme. Really important to read this, as it tells you which .prc files to put onto your palm and why. Then just slide the appropriate .prc files into your Palm QuickInstall and it will put them in. Find the Java icon on your start screen and double click it to install.
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    what is the Palm OS Garnet Simulator, where can i download it? how do i load the PRCs?
    thanks again, i know i'm a complete ignorant about this stuff but i just got my treo 650 i have to learn...
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    Quote Originally Posted by leonidas View Post
    what is the Palm OS Garnet Simulator, where can i download it? how do i load the PRCs?
    thanks again, i know i'm a complete ignorant about this stuff but i just got my treo 650 i have to learn...
    If you're new, consider baby steps with your Treo. You want to keep it stable...

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