Question about Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld

2 Answers

Apps in LifeDrive partition don't show up in Favorites or built-in Launcher??

I had to movve a bunch of apps from Internal to LifeDrive but now I can't add them to Favorites & I also can't categorize them. Is my only solution to use a 3rd party launcher?

Posted by Anonymous on

Ad

2 Answers

Anonymous

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points

    All-Star:

    An expert that got 10 achievements.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    Master:

    An expert who has achieved Level 3.

  • Master
  • 542 Answers

Yes, your choices are a third party launcheror apps that create shortcuts to apps on your drive such as PowerRun. Personally, I am using PowerRun version 1.3.1. It has been working great. No problems.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

Ad

Anonymous

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points

    All-Star:

    An expert that got 10 achievements.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    Master:

    An expert who has achieved Level 3.

  • Master
  • 542 Answers

Apps and datafile should be put into the Lifedrive\Applications directory. The OS looks there, some older apps may not find their data there and be 'hardwired' to look in the old SD card neighborhood and you will have to add the Palm\Launcher direcdtory to store those files. The Lifedrive\Documents folder was intended for Doc2Go datafiles only and many other programs don't know to look there. The standard OS can find the files if you put them in the right place. Power-run is great if you want to 'organize' your stuff to places the OS was not designed to look.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

Ad

1 Related Answer

Anonymous

  • 542 Answers

SOURCE: apps in LifeDrive partition don't show up in Favorites or built-in Launcher??

Yes, your choices are a third party launcheror apps that create shortcuts to apps on your drive such as PowerRun. Personally, I am using PowerRun version 1.3.1. It has been working great. No problems.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

Add Your Answer

×

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

0helpful
1answer

Launcher is missing

Launcher is Missing is it a luncher app you downloaded from the playstore or is it the default launcher of your phone because if its just an app that you downloaded from the playstore its missing because a factory reset will erase all your data and apps

If its the dufault launcher is your phone rooted?
Did you perhaps uninstall the default launcher using a root tool like link to SD?

If you have uninstalled your default launcher then you would have to flash a stock rom from your phone's manufacturer or download a custom rom from the internet
1helpful
2answers

Hasn't saved anything to the memory card because his tablet won't allow him to .. It keeps saying not enough space it's a 8GB memory card

The internal memory cards of some Android devices are partitioned for app storage and installation. Some of them have partitions that are quite small such as one Gigabyte or smaller. The remainder of the storage cannot be used for apps.

If it keeps saying not enough memory space then chances are the app partition is full. The only way to free up some space is to uninstall some apps that are stored there but not being used. You can see which apps can be uninstalled in Settings > Apps and look at them one by one to see if an uninstall option is listed. Simply click *uninstall* to remove them from the app storage partition. This will free up some extra space for some new apps or for updates to older apps you still like and use.

Also some of the apps might show an option to move them to an external SD card (if your device has a slot for one and if an SD card in inserted therein). Do move any and all to the external SD card of you have that option as that will also free up that space from the internal SD card.
0helpful
1answer

How do i get my blu 5.5 to stop saying application error it wont let me do anything

This usually happens when moving apps to the SD Card with the stock Launcher (i.e., through the "Manage Aapplications" menu).

1. Remove the battery.
2. Remove the SD card.
3. Reset it to factory.
4. Install Launcher Pro & Launcher Switcher.
5. Reinstall the apps that you had.
6. Use Launcher Pro as your main launcher
0helpful
1answer

How to remove touchwiz home on note 4

I don't think you can do that because it is the Samsung built-in/default launcher and it comes pre-loaded with your tablet. If you don't like it (I assume that's why you would want to get rid of it), install other app launchers, such as Apex Launcher, Nova Launcher, etc. from the Play Store and use any of those as your app launcher.
0helpful
1answer

How to download gAMES AT PLAY STORE KEEP SAYING ERROR NO MEMORY BUT I HAVE SPACE ON THE Tablet

The Nobis NB09 Tablet simply has too little space partitioned for apps. It has only about 660 MB available. Just downloading and installing the updates for the native apps from the Store will result in the partition being filled to about 550 MB. This leaves only about 100 MB left for apps you want to add.
Click on *Settings* then click on *Storage* The top bar graph is your app partition. It will probably show as about 660 MB and the green bar is how full it is. It wouldn't surprise me if your green bar was at or near the right hand side meaning a full tank.
The second bar graph is your total built-in SD card memory. It's supposed to be 8 GB but it's shows about 5.5 GB. It looks like a lot of empty space but none of this can be used to download apps. From time to time to time there will be an app you run across that will be able to install on the external microSD card you can push into the slot on the back. And one or two of the native apps might be able to be moved to this external microSD card. But, you STILL have too little room to add extra apps.
Nobis simply didn't allocate enough space for app installation and you are stuck with the native apps plus maybe three large or six to eight smaller apps before the internal app space is FULL.
Just feel lucky that what little app memory you have still works. Mine went bad after less than two months and it remembers NOTHING. Every time I turn it off it boots into the set-up mode and retains no changes I made prior. It will not download a thing from the store because the app partition reads in the bar graph 0.00B available. IOW, bad memory. I am currently trying to get a response from the Midland website that took over Nobis and they claim they will reply within 48 hours. It's been two days and no reply so far. There is a phone number listed to call for a RMA (return merchandise authorization) I might have call it if they don't reply to the email.
Basically the NobisNBO9 is junk. Do a little Googling and many many people have problems such as it not booting up - I feel this is all to do with memory gone bad. Cheap Chinese memory - not reliable enough to last more than a month or two.
1helpful
2answers

I don't know how to take photos on my nexus 7

The Nexus 7 does not come with a built in camera app. I guess Google figures since there is only a front-facing camera that folks won't be taking too many photos.
I recently came across an app on Google play that will allow you to launch the camera to easily take photos. You can find the Camera Launcher App for Nexus 7 on Google Play.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.modaco.cameralauncher&hl=en
1helpful
1answer

I can't find a theme nowhere that I can download to my phone. I got a HTC wildfire. Where can I get one at for free.

generally themes are for home screen replacement launchers. there are a few and they can be awesome. please try some of my favorites listed from best to least preferred. then download themes from there. all of this can be accessed from the market.
1) go launcher 2) zeam 3) adw launcher 4) launcher pro after you pick a launcher search for themes on the market. adw and launcher pro will have the most themes available have fun. dont forget to poke around in the preferences of your new home launcher to set it up to your liking there are tonns of settings that can make your new launcher a real help navigating your phone. goodluck btw i wish i had your phone lol mine is a little slow for me welcome to android!!
0helpful
1answer

Palm LifeDrive

just press the time in the top left hand corner of the lifedrive and a dropdown menu comes down with the option "delete" but this is only for apps. if you want to delete media files, search for a file manager on freewarepalm.com
0helpful
2answers

Apps in LifeDrive partition don't show up in Favorites or built-in Launcher??

Apps and datafile should be put into the Lifedrive\Applications directory. The OS looks there, some older apps may not find their data there and be 'hardwired' to look in the old SD card neighborhood and you will have to add the Palm\Launcher direcdtory to store those files. The Lifedrive\Documents folder was intended for Doc2Go datafiles only and many other programs don't know to look there. The standard OS can find the files if you put them in the right place. Power-run is great if you want to 'organize' your stuff to places the OS was not designed to look.
Not finding what you are looking for?

Open Questions:

Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld Logo

Related Topics:

98 views

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Palm Computers & Internet Experts

Ekse

Level 3 Expert

13435 Answers

Mandeep  Singh
Mandeep Singh

Level 3 Expert

1184 Answers

Brad Brown

Level 3 Expert

18829 Answers

Are you a Palm Computer and Internet Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...