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    One thing that seems to help:

    I have a lot of documents in Documents2Go, but most of them do not change. I set them to not synchronize. It saves a lot of time when I hotsync.

    I would like to see some other people's tricks for speeding up a hotsync.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonylmiller
    One thing that seems to help:

    I have a lot of documents in Documents2Go, but most of them do not change. I set them to not synchronize. It saves a lot of time when I hotsync.

    I would like to see some other people's tricks for speeding up a hotsync.
    Pretty much the same trick. Except with media. I use a card reader to move my various media files, instead of syncing them. So I turn off that conduit.
    Trust me, it takes quite a while to sync 3 or 4 full length DVD movies. But a card reader takes seconds.

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    I post this somewhere else but I lost it during the clean up somewhere...

    Go into Prefs, Connection, Cradle/cable, then hit Edit, then hit details.... No one knows why but the standard default speed is 57,600 tap it & change it too 115,200 bps. This will definitely speed up your hotsynch. Sounds too simple but it does in fact speed it up by 1.5 x or more.

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