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  • Paul Nevai
    Hi Guys: I know many of you stocked up various Palm OS cellphones to last a long time, preferably a lifetime. How about batteries? Do you have a plan B when
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 11, 2010
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      Hi Guys:

      I know many of you stocked up various Palm OS cellphones to last a long time,
      preferably a lifetime. How about batteries? Do you have a plan B when your
      rechargeable batteries die and they are no longer available? Is there a way to
      preserve batteries for future use?

      I am still a Centro guy now (one Sprint and one unlocked) and, as time goes
      by, I like them more and more.

      As far as pedit or pToolSet go, I use peditTool all the time + assigned
      various actions to one of the hard buttons via pToolSet. All is so
      transparent and so trouble free that I don't even need to fine-tune anything
      anymore.

      Best regards, Paul
    • John Markley
      ...... Original Message ....... On Sat, 11 Sep 2010 04:20:27 -0400 Paul Nevai ... way to ... Hi Paul - I hope someone has a plan,
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 13, 2010
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        ...... Original Message .......
        On Sat, 11 Sep 2010 04:20:27 -0400 Paul Nevai <nevai@...-state.edu>
        wrote:
        >How about batteries? Do you have a plan B when your
        >rechargeable batteries die and they are no longer available? Is there a
        way to
        >preserve batteries for future use?
        >

        Hi Paul -

        I hope someone has a plan, but I must confess I do not. My original Treo
        battery is still going strong and my plan is to start searching when it
        begins to go; not very proactive.
        I'm set up with pToolSet much the way you are, all automted with various
        pScripts as well.

        ~ John
        *****
        755p/Snapper/pEditTool
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