PDA's That Wont Install Programs Properly
PDA's That Won't Install Programs Properly
Yes, sometimes this does arise. You purchase a program for your PDA and get home strict to treasure trove out the program doesn't want to install the way it is supposed to onto your PDA. You own docked it with the desktop computer and still it doesn't want to install.
Competent could be a number of reasons as to why it doesn't want to install the program on your PDA the way it should. Did you read the program before you bought it? Is the program designed for PDA's or desktop style computers. There is a difference in programming and this is one thing some people frame the mistake of doing. They do not check to see if the program is compatible with the PDA.
Another problem some people have is that the program they are galling to install won't work with say the size of video card in the PDA, or other components such as reconciliation size. If this is the case the program is not going to run properly and you shouldn't continue to attempt the cause of installing it on the PDA.
The last problem unrivaled might have with installing a program onto their PDA would be lack of probability. Or memory that is needed for the program. If this is indeed the situation, the PDA bequeath tell you the program cannot be installed. However, if there are files on your PDA that can be removed or transferred to a desktop computer or memory make to free up space, at that point it may then be possible to install the program.
If the program started to install, and the error message told you that it could not install for lack of space, be sure to remove the initial installation. And as an extra precaution reset you PDA. So, start the installation again, if you now retain enough connection the program will probably install correctly.
The purpose of removing an existing attempt to install the program and resetting your PDA is for the fact that in some instances, when a program is reinstalled overwriting the previous that did not fully install, it can cause the PDA to have some corrupted files within the program and although it installed ok, it may not work the right way.
If you are severe to install a process from one PDA to new PDA by using the infrared port on your PDA, a league of times this won't work for several reasons. One main reason is simply because the application is what you are actually transferring from one PDA to else, and not actually the setup program needed for it to run properly.
The best way to solve this, which in some cases it still might not work, is to go into the windows directory or design files on your PDA and see if you can find the setup files for the program you are trying to install by using the infrared procedure. This vim occasionally, however, the setup files are sometimes considered temp files and once the program is installed the setup files are automatically deleted.