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Topic # 8190 11-Jun-2006 16:28
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Has anyone attempted to install this played on T3. The install shield states that the prc is being placed on the hotsync queue, but nothing happens and the prc is not included as a standalone file.

Any hints? Does someone have the prc file?

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  Reply # 38243 12-Jun-2006 11:57
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If you want a decent mp3 player you would be better off with either Pocket Tunes, or for a full media player try TCPMP from

http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/download

TCPMP is free btw.




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  Reply # 38249 12-Jun-2006 12:03
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Thanks for the suggestion, however, I have not found another player that turns of the screen and keeps playing to reduce power consumption.

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  Reply # 38254 12-Jun-2006 12:14
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Both TCPMP and Pocket Tunes you are able to turn the screen off the save power - i run both on various palm handhleds.



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  Reply # 38269 12-Jun-2006 13:48
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I have TCPMP, but can not find where the screen off setting is?

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