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    Does the Treo 650 have an "always on" mode when it is in a docking cradle? If so, how do you set it up? Or do you, unfortunately, have to get after-market software to perform this function?
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    I believe you need third party software, such as Profiles (which is free) from http://www.palmgear.com/index.cfm?fu...e&prodid=55044 the author is updating it for the 650 but I am using it anyway.
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    Profiles has some 'issues' with the 650. Look for OnCradleOn. It's free and does exactly what you're looking for.
    Bob Meyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by bakroh
    Does the Treo 650 have an "always on" mode when it is in a docking cradle? If so, how do you set it up? Or do you, unfortunately, have to get after-market software to perform this function?
    Here's a cople of options...I haven't tries any yet as new cradle charging Treo right now:

    -AlwaysOn 1.20 RPS Freeware $ 0.00 http://www.persicke.de/palmfree.htm
    Has not been updated since 2000

    -OnCradleOn 0.10 Kenta Cho Freeware $ 0.00 http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~cs8k-cyu...oncrdon_e.html
    Has not been updated since 2000

    -Stoic 1.0a Softonic Freeware $ 0.00 http://www.palmgear.com/index.cfm?fu...=&prodID=57510
    Updated in mid 2004

    I think I will start w/ Stoic (Stay On In Cradle) as it is the newest

    OK, here's an update. Installed STOIC about an hour ago.....works like a charm
    Last edited by JackNaylorPE; 03/25/2005 at 09:35 PM.
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    I like alwayson because it let's you pick the time to screen off all the up to always on.
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    yep im a go for AlwaysOn as well
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    Thanks for the feedback

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