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Topic # 5354 22-Oct-2005 05:24
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I have recently had to update the rom on my ipaq rx3750 which meant loosing all previous information and programs. One of the programs i was using was magic botton which enabled termination of all programs currently running in one desktop button rather than going through settings etc. Since this upgrade however this appears to be very shakey and i have had to remove it. Does anyone out there know of an alternative to as it is very tiresome the long way and i keep running out of memory.

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Reply # 21882 22-Oct-2005 07:46
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Are you using the lastest version of Magic Button? I don't have a problem with it running on a Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition device.

However, if it is really not working for you, you could try Spb Pocket Plus. I am using it on other devices and Windows Mobile 5.

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Reply # 21906 23-Oct-2005 01:16
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Thanks for that. didn't know there was a new version. Have downloaded and it seems ok.

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