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Topic # 5754 24-Nov-2005 00:32
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hi all,
i wanted to ask whether we can install the any softwares for my PDA in the SD MEMORY CARD ??
one more thing i wanted to ask is what is the use of ROM in PDA ?
Are we allowed to store anything on ROM ??
IF NOT ....and if it is used for storing OS and other s/w that manufacturer by default store in it and if we as the users are not allowed to store anything on it ....WHAT DIFFERENCE IT MAKES IF ROM IS 64MB or 128MB

IF YES...means we are allowed to store/install any softwares on ROM ...then why it is called as READ ONLY MEMORY ????

PLZZZZZZZZZZZ HEEEEELLLPPP

thanks and regards
lalit

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Reply # 23761 24-Nov-2005 00:35
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Welcome to Geekzone... What version of Windows Mobile are you talking about? There are differences on how the memory is used in each one.







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  Reply # 23762 24-Nov-2005 01:31
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well presently i dont have any pda....but soon i m planning to have O2 XDA II mini hence to decide whether i should go for 02 XDAII mini or any other with higher ROM/RAM, i m asking the above question...well for your information it has Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 ...

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 23765 24-Nov-2005 07:31
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On Windows Mobile 2003 the memory is different from Windows Mobile 5.0. You should have a look on this thread explaining how memory works on Windows Mobile 2003.





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