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jhauppa
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Tungsten T3 and MP3
      #18818 - 01/16/05 09:38 AM

Hello,

I have a Tungsten T3 and I want to play MP3's on it.

I installed RealPlayer and I went to the section to move the songs on to the T3, but it says that I don't have a memory card so I cannot upload. The T3 has 64 MB and I am not using it all, so I figured I could test it out by at least uploading one or two songs.

Do I need to get a special card to play MP3s? Or can I get any memory expansion card and it will work?

Also, are there any alternate MP3 players that I could use with PalmOS? I have never been a big fan of Real.

Thanks,
John


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felipe
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Re: Tungsten T3 and MP3 [Re: jhauppa]
      #18845 - 01/18/05 01:37 PM

Hello!!!

Though the T3 has a 64 MB of memory I believe that you cannot upload songs on that. You will need an expansion Card for that. On the actual 64MB, only 52MB will be available to you for storage but not music or Video..As far as the player is concerned if you don not like real audio, you can click here to download (trial) the latest Kinoma player.
regard,

Felipe(palmFreak)

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Re: Tungsten T3 and MP3 [Re: jhauppa]
      #19235 - 02/18/05 11:23 AM

Quote:

Hello,

I have a Tungsten T3 and I want to play MP3's on it.

I installed RealPlayer and I went to the section to move the songs on to the T3, but it says that I don't have a memory card so I cannot upload. The T3 has 64 MB and I am not using it all, so I figured I could test it out by at least uploading one or two songs.

Do I need to get a special card to play MP3s? Or can I get any memory expansion card and it will work?

Also, are there any alternate MP3 players that I could use with PalmOS? I have never been a big fan of Real.

Thanks,
John



You either need to get an SD card or you can use one of the RAMDisk programs available. Only Palm-format databases may inhabit the RAM, not native desktop format files. The RAMDisk apps get around this limitation by taking a chunk of RAM and making it look and act like a card.

There are a number of good audio players for Palm. We will be publishing a review of them shortly here on MobileTechReview.

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