I bought my phone from somebody off of www.ksl.com. He sent me everything that wa written in the ad. The installation CD was not provided. Does anybody have an extra CD or copy that they do not use anymore that I can have or use. This would be very helpful. Please email me at email@example.com if you do or know what I can do to get one or download one even. Thank You
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The best thing I can do for you is to refer you to the free
palm chat. For the palm phones I have to know what service provider you use to
be able to get you to the correct link. So here is a link to palm support for
your phone. Click on the icon for your service provider (Rodgers, AT & T or
Palm) From there you want to click on the words “downloads” at
the top of the page. From there you will be able to download all the software you need to get your phone up and running. Best wishes…I hope this will help you.
With this method of upgrading your handheld, you'll transfer all PIM¹ data from your existing user name to your new handheld with the same user name. You will also transfer all third-party applications to your new handheld.
Caution: Some third-party applications may not be compatible with your new handheld. Your handheld will crash, freeze or display an error when these third-party applications conflict with your new handheld. If you notice performance issues or problems after transferring third-party software to your handheld, follow our steps for diagnosing third-party software issues.
You must install the version of Palm Desktop and HotSync Manager included on the CD-ROM with your new handheld, even if you already have an earlier installation on your computer, and even if you will synchronize with Microsoft Outlook. This ensures that the desktop components of any new handheld features are added.
Put the new handheld's CD-ROM² in the CD-ROM drive.
Follow the installation instructions that appear.
When prompted, select the existing username of your old handheld.
During installation, you will be asked to perform a HotSync operation. Use the same existing username as above.
Once installation is complete, your PIM¹ data and third-party applications will be transferred to your new handheld. Your new handheld will have the same name as your old handheld.
To avoid confusion, change the name on your old handheld once you're sure that you have all your data transferred to your satisfaction. If you're going to sell or give it away, you may wish to perform a hard reset to erase all your personal data.
With this method, you have a greater likelihood of encountering third-party application incompatibilities. If you notice performance issues or problems after transferring third-party software to your handheld, follow our steps for diagnosing third-party software issues.
I'm not sure if this is still an issue for the original poster, but as this is one of the top Google results when searching for 'Pioneer CD-BTB200 Treo Pro," I thought I'd post the solution I've found:
I'm not sure how it works or even what the original issue is, and I really don't care. This fixes the problem. Sadly, it costs $15 (as of July 19, 2009.) I'm quickly learning that Windows Mobile requires quite a bit of 3rd party software (often overpriced) to work correctly and efficiently.
if you are using Vista ultimate, it is a 64 bit operating system and therefore palm doesn't have official support for it yet, but someone has found a solution: http://forums.palm.com/palm/board/message?board.id=windows_hotsync&thread.id=17980
When you sync your phone to your PC, it will ask you initially for what you want to sync. You can also do this anytime when you open up the Palm Desktop Manager on your PC. You can drag and drop your MP3s to the music folder on the Palm Desktop Manager and then sync it to your phone. This is the easiest way to get the MP3s on your phone.
You can also move photos/MP3s from your phone to your PC by using a 1GB SD card (the TREO 650 cannot accept any size larger than 1GB, trust me!). Copy your photos/videos/MP3s from your phone to the SD card and then take the card out of your phone. Use a USB Card Reader and connect it to your PC to read the SD card you just removed.