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Topic # 43423 19-Oct-2009 21:57
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Anyone know of a WM emulator for Android?




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  Reply # 265166 19-Oct-2009 22:30
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you mean.. as in running android on a windows mobile device?

if so, i've done that. i ran android on my htc titan. you installed it to your memory card, run haret and it would boot up android.. i could call, text and surf the net, when you wanted to go back to windows mobile. soft reset and you boot back into wm. it wasnt an emulator as i understood it.




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  Reply # 265206 20-Oct-2009 07:40
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Cheers ... actually I meant running WM on Android.

There's unfortunately one but quite critical programme that's only available on WM or Palm that I'm very keen on using whatever OS I end up with for my next PDA.

For that matter than, what about Palm on Android?




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  Reply # 273701 17-Nov-2009 00:51
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What's the app you need?




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  Reply # 273733 17-Nov-2009 08:25
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A NZ-specific pharmacopoeia: see mims.co.nz




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  Reply # 273749 17-Nov-2009 09:38
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paulchinnz: A NZ-specific pharmacopoeia: see mims.co.nz


have u came across epocrates? they will have native application (free) for android soon...







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  Reply # 273757 17-Nov-2009 10:12
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Thanks for the suggestion of epocrates (American), which I have used previously.

Again: "A NZ-specific pharmacopoeia"




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