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    I sent some files to my treo from my PC....where is the default location, I can not find them anywhere?
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    By default, they are stored in the 650's internal memory.
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    I would assume that, but how do I find them? A PDF, an MP3 and a JPG I sent are in the treo somewhere???
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    pdf, mp3 and jpgs are not recognized palm files, so they won't show up even if they do suck up memory........

    you can find them using a program like filez.....
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    Charles
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    Quote Originally Posted by shoptangerine
    I would assume that, but how do I find them? A PDF, an MP3 and a JPG I sent are in the treo somewhere???

    PalmOS by default does not support these native file types in Ram. Often they must be converted via a conduit to reside in ram. Thus you will not even find these fiels type via FileZ b/c they are NOT there and were never transferred to ram. That is the whole point of apps like Media Manager from Toysoft and Receiveit which are file extension managers for palmos and let the OS register which apps for certain file types. Thus, these files can only be transferred to the card in their native file types. For example, if you try to sync a mp3 of jpeg file via the install tool, it will automatically sync it to the card!!

    As a solution, there are apps like Blue files that will allow you to automatically transfer files to the card via BT:

    http://softick.com/bluefiles/
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