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I want to pass a program that it's to big for tha calculator... how can I zipp it?

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i have some programs that i don't want to erase... but there's a program that i want to put in my calculator and i don't have enough space.

a friend of mine told me that there is a way to zipp it... but he doesn't remember...

can you help me? :s
asked Jun 14, 2013 by anonymous

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Ok so you have an issue with memory.

One solution is to "archive" some other programs so you will move them inside the flash memory which is separated from the ram memory (see the memory menu with 2nd Mem). Archived programs can't be run (if they could, it's not programs but applications :D). But you can install zStart to run archived programs or you could also unarchive them before execution.

Antother solution is to compress your programs. You can use crunshyOS from Dan Weiss or Omnicalc from Michael Vincent. There's probably some other tools to do the same job but I can't remember their name.

Hope this helps :)

answered Jun 15, 2013 by anonymous

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