(sharing my experiences) - Google searching for palm os 3.5 rom - the stable roms are os 3.5-en-color, handera330, handspringvisordeluxe. - games required paddles movement like space invader would fail. - maintaining two copies of saved sessions. e.g. savedA and savedABup. Anduser them alternatively. - multiple palm sessions if memory is limited. most of the popcap games occupy huge storage.
Physical keyboard I loved palm. Thank you for the great app. However, I am having problems with phones with physical keyboard. ( NEC Terrain+ Moto ProPlus) For both, numbers and Cap keys did not work. With Nexus5 it was beautifully worked. Are there any work around ?
Excellent! Runs very well, considering the large number of variables involved in matching different pieces of Palm and Android hardware. If you run into problems, trial and error may reveal the best combination of ROM and Palm OS for your devices (so, for example, I found that a Palm m130 ROM with OS 4.1 was very buggy on my Nexus 7, but a Palm m505 ROM with OS 4.0 works like a charm). Very intelligently implemented for Android users. Love the ability to use either Graffitti or the Android keyboard. Also love the ability to save different emulation sessions, so I don't have to keep reloading apps and data each time. Great value for a negligible price. Thanks, you've made this old Palm user very happy!
This is a fun little piece of software for emulating old Palm OS devices and the software that could run on it -- the really old Palm OS, running on Motorola CPUs (i.e., version 4 or lower). Unfortunately, it runs way too fast for most software. Want to play a real-time game like breakout? You're out of luck, unfortunately. There's a comment in response to a similar review saying there might someday be a rewrite of the app to better compensate for fast host CPUs, but that was in 2015, so I wouldn't hold my breath. Still, as a fan of Palm OS in general, it's quite nice.
Apparently I would have to find and purchase a s**t load of obsolete hardware and/or adapters in order to get a palm rom onto my note 4 before I could even try this app. Well...that's not happening.
Easy to use. A rom can be found by searching online. Games can be installed by copying them to a folder. A few errors due to emulation, but works well on the whole. Great way to re-live the old days of the PDA.
• Important stability bugfixes - Deadlock condition identified in original POSE code, upgrade strongly encouraged.
NOTE: Future sound improvements will require Android 2.3 or above. Android 2.2 support will be sunsetted.