Palm OS Emulator

Palm OS Emulator

Average User Rating:
1.8
out of 9 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    3.5
  • Total Downloads:
    88,337
  • Date Added:
    May 13, 2002
  • File Size:
    2.84MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    28
  • Operating Systems:
    Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP

Editors' Note: Palm OS Emulator does not include ROM images: it is essentially like a computer without an operating system.

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  • 1 stars

    "usable if you are smart. 2 bad it is no longer on here"

    August 05, 2010   |   By poetfreak

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Pros

    It is an emulator folks, it is designed to mimic a Palm, not interact with one. Who cares about USB support, I used it for testing how website look on a Palm and it worked fine.

    Cons

    I came back to get it and it is no longer here. The link you give does nothing at all:
    http://download.cnet.com/3001-2212_4-10111408.html?spi=39b966bbf4102ad5295b0bbc2a268840

    Summary

    I hate download.cnet.com

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  • 1 stars

    "Could not get ROM image to download from Palm device"

    September 13, 2009   |   By eyeonyoutoo

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Pros

    You can't be serious

    Cons

    Emulator software would not work correctly. My phone kept booting.

    Summary

    USB connection kept timing out, and my device was not listed so I couldn't create a custom session.

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  • 4 stars

    "Works Great"

    December 14, 2008   |   By ctressler

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Pros

    Works great, make sure to get the "Platform41_m505_enUS.rom" file, I googled it and was able to download it.

    Cons

    Must google to find the rom file need to run it, but after that it works great. No need to hook up the Palm, no worries about usb connection problems

    Summary

    It works

    ctressler@gmail.com

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  • 1 stars

    "Like Everyone Says, No USB Support"

    September 04, 2008   |   By abluescarab

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Pros

    - Nothing.

    Cons

    - Does not support a USB connection
    - What's all this nonsense about a ROM image transfer?

    Summary

    It has basically no functions. I have not seen it at work yet because it does not support a USB connection.

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  • 1 stars

    "The Skin"

    August 31, 2005   |   By gdrori

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Pros

    The Palms

    Cons

    That there isn't the Skin folder

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  • 1 stars

    "Don't use it if ur connection between the pc and ur palm is something else other that a serial port"

    January 27, 2003

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Summary

    it really sucks, if ur palm is connected to the pc by the usb port, it won't work. this program only supports the serial port connection. i hope that this company could upgrade this product to support usb connections.

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  • 1 stars

    "Does NOT support USB connection."

    January 16, 2003

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Summary

    I had a palm IIIe before which connected through COM1. Palm OS Emulator was fine then. Then, 2 years later, I got a Sony Clie PEG-SJ30. I have two problems. (1) Only connects to palm device via COM1, and I only have a USB connection for my Sony. (2) The Sony Clie, or Palm OS 4 is not available on the Emulator. I only recommend if you can connect to COM1, then this would work. If not, then forget it.

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  • 1 stars

    "I could not figure out how to use this"

    January 11, 2003

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

    Summary

    I could not figure out how to use this

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  • 5 stars

    "It works!!!"

    January 10, 2003

    Version: Palm OS Emulator 3.5

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    Full Specifications

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    What's new in version 3.5
    • Added m125, m130, m515, and i705 support. NOTE: at the time of this writing, skins for these devices are not available. There is no estimated date for when they will be available.
    • (Mac) Added TRGpro and HandEra 330 support. [Scott Gruby]
    • Allow access to the following UI data structures in support of PalmOSGlue that comes with SDK 4.0 Update 1: a. read/write access to ControlType.attr for CtlGlueNewSliderControl and CtlGlueSetLeftAnchor b. read access to ListType.itemsText for LstGlueGetItemsText read access to TableType.numColumns for TblGlueGetColumnMasked c. read access to GraphicControlType.bitmapID and selectedBitmapID for CtlGlueGetGraphics
    • Re-allow read/write access to the text returned by CtlGetLabel, etc. It's OK to read the text, and we'll allow writing to the text until we come up with a better API for altering it. [many]
    • Fixed HostImportFileWithID to return a non-zero ID. [Scott Johnson]
    • Fixed timeout calculations when using redirected send/recieve calls. [many]
    • (Windows) Poser 3.4 de-asserted DTR when opening the host serial port. Poser 3.5 reverts this change (DTR is asserted when the host serial port is opened). [many]
    • Fixed problem with inability to set/change socket address/port in serial port emulation redirection. [Mahendra Tailor]
    • (Mac) Better Mac OS X support (Quit menu item now respects preferences regarding save-on-quit, and an idle Poser now gives more time to other running processes). [Scott Gruby, Christopher Hunt]
    • (Unix) Fix the crawling dialogs (where dialogs appearing quickly in succession march down the screen). [John Marshall]
    • When hostErrProfilingNotReady was added in Pose 3.1, it was done in such a way as to change the value of hostErrUnknownError. Re-order those two symbols so that hostErrUnknownError retains its original value (at the expense of changing hostErrProfilingNotReady). [Scott Johnson]
    General
    Publisher Palm
    Publisher web site http://www.palm.com/
    Release Date May 13, 2002
    Date Added May 13, 2002
    Version 3.5
    Category
    Category Developer Tools
    Subcategory IDE Software
    Operating Systems
    Operating Systems Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows Me, Windows 95, Windows
    Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
    Download Information
    File Size 2.84MB
    File Name emulator-win.zip
    Popularity
    Total Downloads 88,337
    Downloads Last Week 28
    Pricing
    License Model Free
    Limitations Not available
    Price Free
     
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