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    Ok so i have a pre with no service i just want to use as like a music player or what not ..... but im stuck at the palm profile screen and since there is no service i cannot sign into my profile....so i want to get around this....can i? ... i tried following this thread http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...ation-etc.html but i guess its old cuz you get errors doing wget commands ...... can anyone there help?
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    for the wget command you need to go to the webos internalz wiki and copy the most recent LINK for the webos doctor, then type wget then right click in terminal and click paste
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    an easier solution might be to follow Palm's method for using a phone without service as a developer unit:

    Developing on an Unactivated Device - Palm Developer Center

    As I discussed in this thread (http://forums.precentral.net/showthread.php?p=2480237), the Palm instructions were very easy and avoided the Linux command line stuff. You don't end up with access to the Palm App catalog, but many music players and other apps can be found via Preware feeds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhkeller View Post
    an easier solution might be to follow Palm's method for using a phone without service as a developer unit:

    Developing on an Unactivated Device - Palm Developer Center

    As I discussed in this thread (http://forums.precentral.net/showthread.php?p=2480237), the Palm instructions were very easy and avoided the Linux command line stuff. You don't end up with access to the Palm App catalog, but many music players and other apps can be found via Preware feeds.
    Thanks very much for this!
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    Running the Activation-Bypass ToolThe activation-bypass tool is a Java application. To use the tool, you need to have installed Java and the latest webOS SDK (which includes Palm's Novacom driver).

    1.Download the activation-bypass tool, which is available here, and save it in the location of your choice.
    2.Boot your device into recovery mode, as described above.
    3.Run the activation-bypass tool from the command line by issuing the following command: java -jar devicetool.jar
    The device will reboot. Once the device is booted, it will be in developer mode, and the first use procedure will not be required. The device will be ready to use, subject to the limitations of non-activation.


    now on step three where do i write this command cuz i i did it from the windows cmd but got an error
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    i figured it out worked perfect thanks alot for this .....turns out the file saved as zip not jar .....changed it and it worked just fine

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