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Anonymous
April 30, 2004 2:54:39 PM

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Is it possible to "undo" a sychronisation if it goes wrong?

~Paul.

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Anonymous
April 30, 2004 4:37:09 PM

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On Fri, 30 Apr 2004 10:54:39 +0100, "Paul Birney" <pbirney@eircom.ie>
wrote:

>Is it possible to "undo" a sychronisation if it goes wrong?
>
>~Paul.

Hard reset.
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Anonymous
April 30, 2004 9:57:06 PM

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restore from the backup on your SD card

On Fri, 30 Apr 2004 10:54:39 +0100, "Paul Birney" <pbirney@eircom.ie>
wrote:

|Is it possible to "undo" a sychronisation if it goes wrong?
|
|~Paul.
|
Anonymous
May 2, 2004 4:59:44 AM

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On Sat, 01 May 2004 22:27:01 GMT, BigBrotha had this to say...


> That depends:
>
> For the basic applications(datebk,contacts,todo, memos) the system has a
> copy of the previous database in the related folder of your username.
>
> So you can manually rename this file from *.bak to *.dat.
> Then you revert the last sync for those four apps.

Accually, the Palm PIM .bak files are copies of the current .dat files,
not the previous state.

> Every other application does it on its own way you have to find out per
> apps.
>
> Then a workaround:
> Copy before a hotsync the user directory and you are able to revert to
> that moment in time by coping it back and doing a hotsync where the
> desktop overwrites the palm.
>
> All right ?
>
> Bye
> Alex
>
> Paul Birney wrote:
> > Is it possible to "undo" a sychronisation if it goes wrong?
> >
> > ~Paul.
> >
> >
>
>

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