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Cant read hebrew on alm desktop

I have a M515 palm which works perfectly. I can read and write hebrew and english in it. The problem is that I installed the Palm Desktop software on my PC and when I open it I can read only the english. the hebrew words became very strange and I cannot read it. I copy pasted for exemple: ???? ?????-???. By the way, I have the same problem with my folders named in hebrew, on my windows XP. would appreciate very much if someone could help. thanks

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SOURCE: How do I switch from HotSync with Palm Desktop to HotSync with Outlook?

I believe you need to un-install the Palm software and then re-install it - make sure you use the Custom Install - as that is where the "Sync to Outlook" box is to be checked

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: How do I HotSync a Palm Vx with Outlook 2002

I wish I had found you two weeks ago! That help, though simple, was fantastic - thank you. I had no idea that Pocket Mirror was on the CDROM as it was set on autostart so it launched into the Palm Software installation straight-off. I've got a few problems to sort out with it but so far it has Sync'ed the: Addresses To Do Email not yet read Calendar ** It insists on spending a very long time thinking about 'backing-up' the handheld databases and I have to force it to close. Any ideas how to solve that little problem? I'm just about to leave for Paris so I can't pursue this anymore today, so if I may I'll follow-up at the end of the week. Meanwhile thank you for your quick response and excellent instructions. Regards

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: Palm M515 and compatibility with Vista Home Premium

I was having a similar problem with my M515.  I had originally installed the Palm Desktop from my CD, which was an older version.  When I totally uninstalled the old version and installed the newer version from the Palm website I was able to do a successful sync.  I'm using Windows Vista Ultimate and Palm Desktop version 4.1.4

Posted on Oct 31, 2007

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SOURCE: Palm M515 hot sync problem

Hi you could either have a problem with the lead witch is the cheapest problem to solve the other problem is with the palm top itself if this is the case then you will need to send it off to get the firmware updated you cant do this yourself because you cant get the correct software to do this you might even need to put the device in recovery mode to install the latest firmware so it will need sending off to do this if you contact customer support number for your device then they should tell you the best way of doing this ok

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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hello super da-da

have a look on there web site here Palm - Support - Downloads
you should be able to download the drivers to pc or laptop.


riz.

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

SOURCE: palm m515 handheld

To replace battery in m500 series you have to open the unit, using Torx T5 screwdriver, then losen the latches of back cover (proper order is very important here!) You can find many tutorials, with pictures, just use google.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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A friend had given me his old palm m515 but i dont know how to work it i would like to print off an owner manual is that possible


I did a google search....this is what I found.
[PDF] Handbook for Palm m500 Series Handhelds File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
Welcome to the Palmm500 series handheld. This handbook is ... One USB port or available serial port (serial cradle sold separately) ...
www.palm.com/us/support/handbooks/m500series_ug.pdf

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How do I dispose of a Palm m515?


its likely the battery has just gone bad .. a new battery is not expensive but you need a small torx tool to get it open .. the m515 is still a nice machine for some, so donating it to Goodwill or other charity will do a lot of good for several people .. you can just drop it off at most places.. put everything in a box so it doesnt get seperated ..

Oct 06, 2009 | Palm m515 Handheld

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How do you turn on the Palm m515


the palm m515 has a button at the top right corner .. hitting the button quickly will turn the unit on or off ... holding the button for 2 seconds will turn the display backlight on or off ... if the unit fails to start then you can do a reset .. thats like a reboot .. the top of the stylus unscrews ... that gives you a little probe that you can use to push the reset button on the back top center ... if the battery is bad you can still run the machine with the charger hooked up ..

Sep 29, 2009 | Palm m515 Handheld

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Do I need software to sync my new palm m515 with my laptop pc?


HI,
Yes you will need to install the Palm Desktop software on your computer or your laptop. Here is a link to the Palm Support site where you can download the software that you need. If you need any other help please let me know. Best wishes.

http://kb.palm.com/wps/portal/kb/na/m-series/m515/unlocked/downloads/page_en.html

Aug 09, 2009 | Palm m515 Handheld

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Palm M515 hot sync problem


Hi you could either have a problem with the lead witch is the cheapest problem to solve the other problem is with the palm top itself if this is the case then you will need to send it off to get the firmware updated you cant do this yourself because you cant get the correct software to do this you might even need to put the device in recovery mode to install the latest firmware so it will need sending off to do this if you contact customer support number for your device then they should tell you the best way of doing this ok

Feb 11, 2008 | Palm m515 Handheld

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Instruction manual


http://www.palm.com/us/support/m515/

Follow this link. On the right-hand side of the page,near the bottom of the page, you'll see the handbook and setup guides for your palm pilot m515.

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Palm M515 hot sync problem


I have a similar problem with my m515. I have 3 palms and 2 sync fine but the 3rd isn't even getting to the computer. There is no recognition from the computer that the palm is trying to sync even though I use the same cradle for all palms. The ensuing message is, "the connection between your handeld computer and the desktop could not be established. Please check your setup and try again". My settings are set Local and Cradle/Cable.

Dec 20, 2007 | Palm m515 Handheld

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Palm M515 and compatibility with Vista Home Premium


I was having a similar problem with my M515.  I had originally installed the Palm Desktop from my CD, which was an older version.  When I totally uninstalled the old version and installed the newer version from the Palm website I was able to do a successful sync.  I'm using Windows Vista Ultimate and Palm Desktop version 4.1.4

Oct 24, 2007 | Palm m515 Handheld

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M515, re installing basic software


Hy floody, this may sound like something you already checked, but you will notice in the top right corner of palm desktop there is an drop down arrow, is it set to System? If so , set it to all. Let me know how you go.

Sep 25, 2007 | Palm m515 Handheld

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How do I switch from HotSync with Palm Desktop to HotSync with Outlook?


I have a T5 and assume it's the same, but try putting your software install disk in your new PC at work. One of the options is to change sync with Palm Desktop and Outlook.

Sep 11, 2005 | Palm m505 Handheld

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