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    I've had this thing for close to a week and I love it so far... I can see myself getting to the point before too long that I won't be able to see how I could have lived without it.

    The only frustrating thing is that it seems like doing useful stuff requires adding programs, to make it do what it should have out of the box.

    Here are 2 things I'm trying to figure out. If someone could just point me in the right direction, I'd be very grateful...

    1) I moved a bunch of text files with stuff i want to keep track of for reference purposes to my new SD card... and can't for the life of me figure out how to open them!

    2) I got a 2GB SD card which is working nice, but I can't figure out how to move apps onto it and run them. Do i need some kind of launcher addon app? All the ones I've seen seem way over engineered and do way more than I really care about. I just want something that works and is preferably free.

    So far I'm pretty stoked that i've found free ssh, ftp, telnet, ping, vnc, smb, win ts, etc clients for it. Latency over the Sprint network is pretty good, too!

    Shoutcast ain't shabby, neither.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamaz
    1) I moved a bunch of text files with stuff i want to keep track of for reference purposes to my new SD card... and can't for the life of me figure out how to open them!

    2) I got a 2GB SD card which is working nice, but I can't figure out how to move apps onto it and run them. Do i need some kind of launcher addon app? All the ones I've seen seem way over engineered and do way more than I really care about. I just want something that works and is preferably free.
    1. I believe you can open them with the DocsToGo that came with the phone. I deleted mine, so I can't test it. But I am sure someone will clarify.

    2. I am not aware of a free application. However, you can try PowerRun. It does what you are looking for. You could also go with ZLauncher. This does what you want and more...
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    2. On the default launcher, go to Copy, and copy your app to the SD card, now delete the app on your main memory.

    But yeah Z-launcher is better.
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    I highly recommend PowerRun for moving apps to the SD card. It does all that you are looking for and it is very easy to use. All you have to do is select the application and click move, and then it will be listed as normal in your applications.

    All the SD card apps will have a * next to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamaz
    I've had this thing for close to a week and I love it so far... I can see myself getting to the point before too long that I won't be able to see how I could have lived without it.

    The only frustrating thing is that it seems like doing useful stuff requires adding programs, to make it do what it should have out of the box.

    Here are 2 things I'm trying to figure out. If someone could just point me in the right direction, I'd be very grateful...

    1) I moved a bunch of text files with stuff i want to keep track of for reference purposes to my new SD card... and can't for the life of me figure out how to open them!

    2) I got a 2GB SD card which is working nice, but I can't figure out how to move apps onto it and run them. Do i need some kind of launcher addon app? All the ones I've seen seem way over engineered and do way more than I really care about. I just want something that works and is preferably free.

    So far I'm pretty stoked that i've found free ssh, ftp, telnet, ping, vnc, smb, win ts, etc clients for it. Latency over the Sprint network is pretty good, too!

    Shoutcast ain't shabby, neither.
    1) DocsToGo can open those files. Also use Dataviztech (see attached file) to move DocsToGo to the SD card. You will save atleast 4MB of space.

    2) You can use Linkstart which does the same thing as Powerrun and it's free.
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