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Must-have Apps for Mpx220

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Personally the only app I see as a must-have is BetaPlayer, its just superb. I'de be delighted to hear everybodies thoughts.

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Resco power tools is a very good (utility). It gives you a nice Task Manager, Accurate battery meter and Memory information

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PocketMusic, definitely. Windows Media Player just doesn't match up. And I agree with the BetaPlayer suggestion.

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It would also be great if you guys could provide a link to the application you suggest homepage, for the lazy people. ;)

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I don't know about must have apps, but definitely nice to have:

- RJV Clock is a great (and free) stopwatch/countdown timer app.

http://www.modaco.com/index.php?showtopic=...86&hl=rjv+clock

- Papyrus

- Lextionary

- BatPlug. Ok, technically its not an app, but for me its a must have.

http://www.modaco.com/index.php?act=dscrip...etails&f_id=290

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My all-time favorite apps:

Apps:

-SmartFilter (people, is it really that hard to dial a phone number correctly instead of reaching me?)

-Oxios ToDo List & Homescreen plugin

-Pocket Streets (sorry, I know TomTom Mobile is better, but I got this one free with my Streets on my PC)

-SmartphoneNotes

-TwoPeaks FlexWallet 2005 & Personal Vehicle Manager

-AgileMessenger

-All-Locations GPRS Traffic Counter

-BetaPlayer

-RegEdit.NET

Games:

-Bejeweled

-Full Hand Casino (is it that hard to not make another Poker game and make a Blackjack game instead? jeesh!)

-S-Tris

-Worms World Party (all-time favorite)

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..a sort question: How can you install java applications under MPx220?

You have to upload the jad and jar files to a web server. Then you have to download the jad file using pocket ie. It'll launch the app loader and ask if you want to download the program (the question is probably worded differently). Thats the only way to load java games that I know of.

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i downloaded and installed agile messenger on my mpx220 and it crashes and says " Win32 API Error. Error Code:0 (0x00000000)C:\projects\AgMLib\src\win32\agm_win_xsystem.cpp:87"

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i downloaded and installed agile messenger on my mpx220 and it crashes and says " Win32 API Error. Error Code:0 (0x00000000)C:\projects\AgMLib\src\win32\agm_win_xsystem.cpp:87"

i have the same error, any ideas?

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