The Aceeca is here.

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  1. hankroberts

    hankroberts Mobile Enthusiast

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    reb1, yes, MissingSync should work.

    I've used it on Macs since the first Palm pilot.

    I asked Acecca.
    Acecca sent me a link to this thread, and suggested I ask Landsurveyor if he'd tried it. Question asked, question answered, end of inquiry. Thanks.
     
  2. LandSurveyor

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    New tidbit. The Aceeca does not have non-volatile memory. I finally managed to run the thing down through a combination of setting the brightness on max (I even used it as an emergency flashlight once) and just plain use. Got the familiar "place stylus here". Tabula rasa.

    I don't think this is a big deal as the battery lasts an awfully long time. Would suggest buying the biggest SD card (probably 2gb) it will take and a backup program. And sync often, of course.
     
  3. Hook

    Hook Naked and Unbroken

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    So you have real RAM. Cool. Tends to be much faster than non-volatile flash memory and, as you pointed out, with that big-arse battery it should be easy to get through to the next charging opportunity.
     
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    4GB can be 'SD' or 'SDHC'; 4GB SD might be readble, SDHC is not supported as per specs
     
  5. voytek

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    so, it doesn't suffer from TX NVFS issues ?

    is the usage speed comparable to T3 (i.e. blazing fast) ?
    or is usage speed comparable to TX ? (i.e. like cold molasses?)
     
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    I've never owned a TX but it seems pretty fast. Mine doesn't have wifi so I can't compare it by going online.
     
  7. reb1

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    aceeca says they have 64bit drivers for windows now.
     
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    I have downloaded it and put it in my Palm folder, but not quite sure what to do with it yet.
     
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    Hook, I think I am lost. Somewhere you posted the Aceeca links. I downloaded the program and printed out Wyrenut's instructions and the Troubleshooting PDF. The instructions were awesome and I was able to sync the TX for the first time in a couple years. Question- What did it sync to?
     
  10. RickAgresta

    RickAgresta Above: Peanut, leader of the Peanutty Forces

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    when the HotSync (HS) icon is in the taskbar, if you click it, one of the items in the popup list is Custom. click it, and a popup window opens, listing your conduits and the current action for each, as well as your HS ID.
     
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