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    i got this the other day

    http://www.mobihand.com/treocentral/product.asp?id=3017

    I just wanted to know if anybody else had it and what settings u had or any issues you have with it. I am having power problems as usual. Keyboard lights/screen lights & background playing. ANYBODY?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gordo2dope View Post
    i got this the other day

    http://www.mobihand.com/treocentral/product.asp?id=3017

    I just wanted to know if anybody else had it and what settings u had or any issues you have with it. I am having power problems as usual. Keyboard lights/screen lights & background playing. ANYBODY?
    gordo: I tried PocketPlayer but I thought at 3mb it was a bit large, I'm now using a combo of WMP and the new CorePlayer (1.7mb), with the latter quickly becoming the best MM program.

    re: keyboard lights, there IS a fix for this and it's not related to PocketPlayer but instead what I think is a bug in the Treo, namely whenever the Screen is disabled the KB lights stay on.

    There are 2 solutions, only one is available right now:

    (1)
    read here: http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...d.php?t=125460 that'll fix you right up

    (2) in the next week or so, PocketMax (developer of phonealarm) will release his TreoKey Light program (think KB Lights on the PalmOS)--that will allow you to toggle the KB lights on/off via a button. This will be freeware.

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    just thought i'd add my bit. I downloaded pocket player a while ago and I gave it up for two reasons. 1) size, like maltatesta said. 2) sloowww...this thing slowed down my system to practically a crawl.

    after trying a bunch of other mp3 plays I have to say that pocketplayer has the absolute edge in one way:easy acess and organization of your music and playlists!

    so I went back and was determined to make PP work. I tweaked some settings under options and installed it to card and I find it much, much more responsive now. I routinley carry at least 2.5gb of music with me, as I listen on the road and my treo serves as my primary car audio engine. its so easy to find a specific artist and song I am looking for, create playlists, listen and organize internet audio streams...and best of all, it remembers the last song I was playing when I quit or stop the app unlike wm.
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    Much of them all music player is important.

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