I used to own a Sony Clie. I've upgraded to the Tungsten E2, but when I hotsynced for the first time, some of my old clie apps ended up on my new Palm (thought I'd removed all of them from my computer). How do I delete these apps from the handheld?
On your main screen touch the menu icon (bottom right in your graffiti box). This will open your drop down menu. Touch "delete" and a list of programs, etc will appear. Select one at a time and then press delete. Hope this helps
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if you use the latest Hotsync Manager - version 7.0.2, you should click Setting, then Applications. You will get a list of applications that you can synchronise with your PC. Place a check mark beside those you want/need. Make sure to click the Configure button ( bottom right hand side) and select the Handheld overwrites Desktop for each application. Click on the Set as default... This should ensure that the data is copied from the handhelp to the PC, and nothing gets overwritten on the handheld.
you may want to run through a few troubleshooting tricks first try pulling out any extra USB type items that you remove and replace frequently (like a flash drive) and restart your computer after its done booting up you can try hotsyncing again. Make sure what you wanted to put on your PDA is still in the Hotsync manager box. A PDA not wanting to hotsync is a very general statement. It is an indicator for many different problems. -You may need a new hotsync cable -try a different usb port on your computer -you could open the PDA up and check if all the contacts are clean and connected (Warranty void alert) -Try re-installing the PAlm desktop software -If nothing else works put whatever application you're trying to hotsync onto a SD card and copy it from the card and onto the PDA
Tungsten Es are excellent PDAs and it doesn't have too many problems besides being too "basic". A problem like not hot syncing probably isn't an indicator of something really bad unless you've dropped it too many times. If all else fails you may need to pick up a different PDA
If you have not already done so, install the Palm Desktop software from your CD. (If you do not have a CD, you can download the Desktop software from palmone.com.)
Connect the USB cable to your PC and to your E2. (If you do not have a cable, you can probably find one on eBay.)
If the cable has a button, push it. If it does not, open the applications menu (the "House" button to the left of the graffiti area) and look for the app called "HotSync". Run the HotSync app, make sure that the Local/Modem choice (above the central hotsync icon) is on "Local" and the combo box below the icon says "Cradle/Cable". The tap the icon. If this is your first sync, you may have to answer a popup on your computer before it will proceed.