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To install new software

I tried to install new software for my pocket pc. i am getting an error message that this not a pocket pc application, when i trie to install new software which is running in other hand sets like nokia or sony ericson. have any software spcially for my pocket pc ? how i get it?

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  • devendraverm Apr 22, 2009

    i miss my pocket pc software so hoow can i connect my pockert pc to my pc plz ans me
    thanks & regards
    Devendra kumar

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My i mate notwork 3gp videos.,,,when open 3gp videos then hang all of my i mate help me please..

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Login to http://xda-developers.com ;and this will solve the problem of your PDA

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Nowadays PDAs and Smartphones come with different operating systems. Nokia and Sonyericcson use the Symbian based software. You have indicated your model group as i-mate. It comes with Windows CE pocket PC edition which is totally different than Symbian. There are many softwares available. what kind of software do you need? You can proceed to download.com and choose the category as Windows CE or Pocket PC you will see alot of applications
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Posted on Feb 10, 2008

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