Getdeblu - It allows you to receive files into the expansion card through Bluetooth, IrDA, HotSync, etc.
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
Pocket Backup Pocket Backup - prevents data loss by backing up handheld files to an expansion card. Pocket Backup backup's can encrypted with powerful 256-bit encryption.
· Number of backups only limited by expansion card size.
· Selective backup and restore.
· Fast backup and restore.
· 256-bit encryption
ForceDelete ForceDelete is used for deleting files in RAM (or Program Memory) that cannot be normally deleted because they are in use.
It does this by scheduling them to be deleted on reset and then by performing that reset.
ForceDelete is a control panel so you need to open the Palm Prefs application to access it
PalmRAMDisk PalmRAMDisk - You've bought the magnificent Palm device with expansion slot. You've got a few memory cards for it. What do you do when your Palm buddy want to pass you some of the JPEG photos of his lovely baby? NO CAN DO!
RAM Disk comes to the rescue
VFSBackup (Palm OS) VFSBackup (Palm OS) allows you to backup some or all of the databases in your handheld to a VFS (Virtual File System) compatible memory card. Backups can be scheduled to be performed at a given time every day, or you can perform a backup when you require it
BackOff! BackOff! is a backup utility for Palm OS 5.0 or greater that backs up user selected databases every time the device is powered off. Currently it will backup a max of 30 databases.
Great for important documents or databases that you need backed up in between full backups
TealAlias Free up memory and make the most of external expansion cards with TealAlias shortcuts. Placeholder 'Alias' files automatically find, load, and launch apps and data from external SD cards, increasing available main memory
Card Autorun Do you ever eject your memory card accidentally and get annoyed when the system automatically switches to the Launcher or runs the memory card's default program when you re-insert it? The Card Autorun Preferences Panel lets you control that behavior