[prssr-devel-ml] Re: Bug?

  • From: David Andrs <pda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2007 20:02:16 +0200


This problem is very hard to debug. The management of power saving
changed on WM5. My device runs WM2003SE. I quess that this is related to
the power managemnt related with sd card. Whne the device is suspended,
the card is usually disconnected, so after turning the device on, it is
unaccessinble for a while and it may cause these problems.

Most people run pRSSreader from main memory with cache located on
sd-card. Maybe it could help you.

But you can try the following:
- start pRSSreader
- import you OPML file
- exit pRSSreader (File | Exit)
- check the <your cache location>\myChannles.opml file, if there is
something in it.

It sometimes happens on my device, that I start pRSSreader and I see
nothing. This is very rare and I'm not able to reproduce this problem,
therefore is hard to fix it. Anyway, if I exit pRSSreader and start it
again, everything is ok. One time soft reset was neccessary.

I know that it is not much, but it may help you,

PS: sorry for a very delay answer

Hong, Li wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using Windows Mobile 5 on Dell Axim X51 and using pRssreader 1.3.3.
> The only problem I had encountered so far is that whenever I did one of
> the following:
> - soft restart
> - exit prssreader
> - turn off the PDA by touching the power button
> or
> - PDA auto enter the power-save mode with a black screen
> then all the previous imported RSS feeds are LOST. I had to import the
> OPML file again. Is there any setting to prevent that or just a bug?
> btw, I had put the cache folder on my SD card.
> Thanks,
> Hong, Li=20
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> Babson College
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