PRCExplorer - Using this tool you can open any PRC file and navigate into it. You can see individual resources, graphically display Forms and Alerts, Bitmaps, Fonts, ... This is useful to debug and develop your application as well as analyzing PRCs.
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 3.x, Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
MaxT3 Use your 320x480 display to maximum in all apps on Palm Tungsten T3
PrefEd PrefEd tool lets you edit your Saved and Unsaved Preferences
PalmMetex Interface Metex DMM's with the PalmPilot
Softick Card Export II (Palm OS) Softick Card Export II (Palm OS) - Using Softick Card Export II it's possible to access SD/MMC card inserted into Palm OS device as a logical disk on the Windows desktop.
Card Export II emulates USB Mass Storage device (like USB card reader, USB flash drives etc) and doesn't require any additional drivers on modern desktop systems
DynaClock DynaClock adjusts CPU speed based on demand of the current application
TealLaunch German Launch applications instantly with the TealLaunch pop-up launcher and button/stroke-mapping utility. Map applications to button presses and pen swipes so you can get to your apps quickly
Pive - Palm Internals ViEwer Pive - Palm Internals ViEwer - Pive presents Palm data hierarchically: the list of creators, features or data bases for selected creator, resources/records for selected data base, and finally a dump of selected resource or record in mixed (hex+char) format.
It also shows data base properties and blocks.
Preliminary knowledge of PalmOS is expected
Crash Pro Even PalmOS applications sometimes crash. Most annoyingly the on-screen reset button often does not work, requiring you to take your device out of its case and perform a manual soft reset. For some devices you may even find yourself in a frantic search for a paperclip to be able to actually do the reset.
But here Crash Pro comes to your aid
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Date: 13 Nov 11
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