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#11981 21-Feb-2007 21:25
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I have a iPAQ rx3115 with limited storage.  I have installed almost all spb apps (I like Them)

I am getting a sd card for my sd slot.  is it best to move programs over to sd card? and if so is there an easy way or do I have to reinstall?

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#61493 21-Feb-2007 21:30
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You should REMOVE, soft reset and then reinstall programs that you want to install on your SD card.

Also, if any of the SPB programs have Today plugins, then best leave these in the main memory.





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