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  1.    #1  
    Sure that this one has been asked before but how cna I keep blazer running? I dont want the 270 to go into powersave..

    Any thoughts?
    Paul Upton
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    There is a hack that prevents the Treo from turning off and disconnecting during a data call. Looking for it...........
    There it is: StayOnlineHack 0.3:
    http://www.palmgear.com/software/sho...m?prodID=43665

    Hope that helps.
    -Greg
    Seattle Palm Users Group!
    http://www.seapug.com/
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    Hi Greg

    This little hack does not support Blazer....

    Paul
    Paul Upton
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    Oops. Sorry about that. I remembered the hack and so pasted the link as soon as I found it. I didn't think to check the app description. That's too bad about Blazer not conforming to the standard.
    I sure hope he's able to get an answer for how to make Blazer stop turning off the device. :\

    -Greg
    Seattle Palm Users Group!
    http://www.seapug.com/
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    What about the built-in hack?

    Go to Memo pad and click new. Then enter :shortcut: (the letter s, then the list key) period 3. That's :shortcut: . 3 without any spaces. It will then change all that to say "[No Auto-Off]".

    I do not have enough experience to say this prevents auto-off indefinately though. You may have to redo that step every time you turn the device on and off.
  6. #6  
    Originally posted by Appleman
    What about the built-in hack?

    Go to Memo pad and click new. Then enter :shortcut: (the letter s, then the list key) period 3. That's :shortcut: . 3 without any spaces. It will then change all that to say "[No Auto-Off]".

    I do not have enough experience to say this prevents auto-off indefinately though. You may have to redo that step every time you turn the device on and off.
    Very cool!
    That works... where did you get that handy trick?

    Greg
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    A Handspring tech. To try to fix my radio problem he suggested I drain my battery, so to do that he offered this hack, to prevent the auto-off.
  8.    #8  
    Excuse me for being thick but how can I do this on a keyboard?


    Paul
    Paul Upton
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    Do you mean an External Keyboard, or the Treo keyboard?

    On the Treo keyboard, it is the letter s, then the list key (...), then select the :shortcut: symbol from the menu.

    On an external keyboard, at least mine. It is Fn then Cmd. There is the :shortcut: symbol in blue on the Cmd key.

    Help?

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