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  1. lilboi's Avatar
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    I have two treos, or atleast i'm getting another one. Can i have a registered program on both treos? if yes, how?
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    Contact the developer... the registration code is linked to your hotsync ID. Maybe they'll give you another code for the second Treo.
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    You could always use the same HotSync ID for both devices. The only issue you'd have is if you were HotSyncing with the same computer. In that case, you could sync one and set the other to "desktop overwrites handheld". If you use two seperate computers, you shouldn't have a problem.
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    Or you could do the honorable thing, and pay for both copies. Most Palm software is pretty cheap, and I think the developers really do deserve to be paid for their labor.
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    so ask long as both my treos have the same hot sync id i should be fine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilboi
    so ask long as both my treos have the same hot sync id i should be fine?
    Yes, i do the same thing
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    I'm a developer and my app costs $10. If you use the app on two different Treos you are breaking the license agreement and in effect stealing $10 from me.

    If the software provides you value, why not pay for it? If it provides no value why use it?
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    I say pay for it. I purchased three licenses of Bob's Alarm, two of Verichat (let them both expire) and two of HanDBase. Actions like yours forces the next step for developers and that is to tie it to the device id.

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    I think developers should get paid too, otherwise there'd be no incentive for them to make us all this great software. If you want the same software on 2 different devices, because 2 different people are using it, then that's not cool.

    On the other hand I get mad when I upgrade a device and have to pay for software all over again. For example, when I upgraded from the Clie to the Treo I couldn't use Kinoma that I had already paid for. I'd lost the registration code and I couldn't get them to resend it to me.
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    well i own more then one treo. so that's the reason
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    I hope it's not bad form to point out that one could use the Bits & Bolts application, "UserName" to make an app think that a particular Treo's Hotsync ID was other than it actually is...
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    Quote Originally Posted by meyerweb
    Or you could do the honorable thing, and pay for both copies. Most Palm software is pretty cheap, and I think the developers really do deserve to be paid for their labor.
    I'm not a developer, but AMEN to that!!

    Any developer deserves to be paid for their hard work. After all, if they didn't put in the time, you wouldn't have thier zine
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