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Topic # 12432 16-Mar-2007 23:45
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I have been deleting a number of ebooks from my Palm TX and
out of idle curiosity I was wondering where they go to?

It's not as though there is a recycle bin on the TX!

Would anyone know?  Thanks.


Cheers, Ruth.

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  Reply # 63990 17-Mar-2007 00:47
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They go nowhere special, just get erased forever.




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  Reply # 63993 17-Mar-2007 01:05
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Thanks Brad - enquiring minds need to know things
like that

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  Reply # 63994 17-Mar-2007 01:07
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Well that surely makes you one of us. Enquiring minds lol.

I always wondered why Palm devices don't have a recycle bin, it's very handy. Devices running Windows Mobile have it.

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  Reply # 64046 17-Mar-2007 12:58
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Thats odd because my Apache had one!!! A folder called ~recycled and the file explorer even had nice little Recycle Bin icon.

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