Dmitry Grinberg has just made public a beta of his long awaited SDHC driver. While it is still considered beta, you can get a full license for well supported devices:

  • Palm TX
  • LifeDrive
  • Tungsten T5
  • Tungsten E2
  • Zire 72
  • Zire 31

The current version supporst only those devices, and has been tested on them, but still is considered a beta.

The beta costs 34.95$ US, while those of you who are patient enough will be able to pick up an official release for 20$ US at a yet unannounced later date.

You can read all about it or download the driver.

Related posts:

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  2. Dmitry Grinberg starts blog on SDHC driver
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  4. Tungsten C reads SDHC cards
  5. Hope you’ve got your JVM!

3 Responses to “PalmSDHC Driver Available”

  1. There is something rather odd about a beta with a higher price than a final release.

  2. it has been explained.

  3. Hope it comes soon for my Palm T3, can’t wait for it. Great work.

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