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    1. Has anyone tried the compression module on PalmCommander? I wonder if it will work with the NVFS file system.

    2. I willing to give it a shot and report. There's a different file to install based on what type of processor: ARM or not. Is the Treo 650's processor ARM-based?

    3. On a side note, has anyone tried the backup features of PalmCommander?

    4. FYI, this program also allows custom app launching from the hard buttons.
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    Anxiously awaiting your report about compression
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    I use the backup of Palm Commander on my 600. It works great. Unfortunately, I'm still waiting for my VC 650.
    Bob Meyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by acousticbiker
    1. Has anyone tried the compression module on PalmCommander? I wonder if it will work with the NVFS file system.

    2. I willing to give it a shot and report. There's a different file to install based on what type of processor: ARM or not. Is the Treo 650's processor ARM-based?

    3. On a side note, has anyone tried the backup features of PalmCommander?

    4. FYI, this program also allows custom app launching from the hard buttons.

    OK, after playing around with PalmCommander:

    1. Compression works well with some programs, like pTunes and Documents (the module of DTG that stays in internal memory even after Tech Tool moves the rest of it to SD). I gained about 600kb from those programs alone (about 40-50% memory savings). Decompression when app is launched is a bit of extra time, but not very inconvenient for programs not used all the time. I was also able to compress Launcher X and Agendus, but because I use these programs often, waiting for decompression was not desirable. Also, Agendus is a large file and takes longer to decompress. DO NOT try to compress Voice Dial--leads to a soft-reset loop, which can only be fixed with hard reset.

    2. Use the file for non-ARM processors.

    3. Backup does not work.

    4. Button launcher works for 1st 3 buttons (even the phone button) pretty well.

    I'm on the fence about keeping this program. Don't think 700kb is worth $15. If backup worked, this would be a no-brainer. Since the button launcher works, that makes it a harder decision.
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    You can buy the button launcher alone for $7.00. I hope LexanSoft updates the backup program for the 650.
    Bob Meyer
    I'm out of my mind. But feel free to leave a message.

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