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- The pioneer and the leader in the industry!
- Comes from the users who need it most and it is developed
by the best C/C++ programmers!
- With user friendliest interface!
- It's only $14.95
- What we say is what you get!
- Your beautiful device should be using beautiful application!
- A very powerful application that you won't find anywhere
What's New in v. 3.1
- T5 Compatible!
- Support external and internal storage!
- Unlimited extensions!
- No more entering the extension names!
- File manager for renaming, deleting, copying, moving,
- Move/Copy files to your PC!
- 100% total codes enhancement for your satisfaction!
Q & A for Receiveit 3
Q: What is Receiveit?
A: Receiveit is a program that enables your palm device to
receive an 'unknown' file format which is transferred via
IR or Bluetooth.
Q: What do you mean by 'unknown file format'?
A: Every file type transferred via IR or Bluetooth must
be registered first before it is handled by certain application.
Palm OS handles an incoming file by identifying what type
the file is, and then look into a register table to determine
which application should handle the file. (There are file
types that pre-registered on every palm device. For example:
.txt registered to Memopad, .vcf to Address, and so on) If
Palm OS can't find what application should handle the incoming
file, then it will show you an error message: "unknown file
Q: Hmmm.. it's not very clear to me, please give me an
A: Imagine that you need to copy a file from your friends
notebook, and you only carrying a Palm OS device. Let's say
it's a .RAR file (rar compressed file). It's unlikely that
your device have an application that can handle this file
type. If you try to accept this file, you would get an annoying
message: "unknown file format", and the file couldn't be copied
to your device.
Q: Okay, now how does Receiveit solve the problem?
A: There are two methods Receiveit can solve this problem.
a. First solution: Receiveit register itself to handle
certain file extension (the extension entered by a user),
you can access this feature under Receiveit's "Default App"
form as well as any other files that are not handled by any
application will be handled by Receiveit.
b. Second solution: 'on-the-fly-mode' (OTFM). Once
you launch Receiveit and open the OTFM form, EVERY incoming
file WILL be handled by Receiveit.
Q: You said Receiveit will handle the file. What do you
mean by 'handle'?
A: Receiveit will store the file onto your device. (Note:
Receiveit cannot open it)
Q: Then, where will Receiveit store it?
A: Receiveit is able to store onto your expansion slot (SD
CARD, MMC, etc) or onto its internal RAM. User can choose
where they prefer to put the file to.
Q: Internal RAM? Do you mean that even I don't have any
SD Card/MMC, I'm still able to use Receiveit to store received
A: With Receiveit 3, Yes, absolutely. It would especially
helps user that owns a device without having a SD Card/MMC.
Q: Ok. But what can I do more with the files that are
saved by Receiveit?
A: You are able to delete, rename, and send it to another
device via IR/Bluetooth, or copy/move the file to your PC
via hotsync. What you need to do is open the Receiveit's file
manager and see the user friendly menu for what Receiveit
can do for you.
Q: That sounds great, especially feature that enables
me to copy files from handheld to PC. Does that mean that
only files received by Receiveit can be transferred to PC?
A: No. You can transfer ANY file in your expansion storage
or RAM that using 'Receiveit format'.
Q: Can you explain what Receiveit format is?
A: 'Receiveit format file' is designed to enable your palm
device to store files that's not in palm format in internal
RAM. As we know that internal RAM can only store databases.
Receiveit does encapsulate these file in Palm database format
These are a few reasons why every palm
powered device user needs Receiveit.
- You're going to receive a kind of file via IR or Bluetooth,
and you need to keep (store) it in your palm for latter
use, but unfortunately your palm powered device doesn't
have any application that can handle the kind of file. (i.e.
file .rar, .jpg, .gif, .zip, .doc, .xls, .ppt, .mp3, .dat
.wmv, and so on). With Receiveit you can receive any file
(literally ANY kind of file) via IR/Bluetooth/SMS to be
stored on your palm powered device.
- You need to assign and lock extension association to certain
applications. For example, you have 2 applications (A and
B) that handle .jpg files, sometimes the application always
set itself as a default handler for the .jpg files. When
you receive the .jpg file from a mobile phone, you expect
that the file will be opened by application A, but what
happen is that application B is launched and it handles
the file. It often annoys user. With Receiveit, you can
lock the association to a certain application. So once you
assigned .jpg to certain application, every times your device
receive .jpg file the file will be handled by the application.
- You have some files on your expansion storage (i.e. SD
CARD), and you need to move/copy it to your PC. With Receiveit
you are able to move/copy any file which is stored on your
expansion storage to your PC. Just select which files about
to be transferred in Receiveit's simple-and-neat filemanager
with a single click, and the file will be automatically
copied/moved to your PC when you do a hotsync. And you can
also easily choose target directory on your PC.
It would be very useful and handy solution if:
- You put your memo voice data on the expansion slot
(SD Card), and you need to transfer the huge .wav file
- You put your pictures/images on your SD Card/MMC and
you need to copy the files to your PC.
v. 3.1 - December 14, 2004.
T5 Support! RAM storage enhanced!
v. 3.0 - November 17, 2004.
It's totally new Receiveit! Internal/external disk,
hotsync capable! 1,000% faster file writing! No more
hassle entering extension types! And a lot more...
- v. 2.0 - January 14, 2004.
Attachment handling, Directory assignment, Rename/Overwrite
file on the fly, Add, Delete, Rename directory, Folder/Simple
- v. 1.1 - November 14, 2003.
Code optimization in accessing Palm OS Exchange
Manager (a bug fix for some users, especially Tungsten
T3 owners who are experiencing a softreset / an error
when tapping the drop down menu)
- v. 1.0 - November 12, 2003
First public release.