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KB-000387: How do I find the version of Palm OS that my Palm device is using?

To determine the version of Palm OS that your device is running, follow these instructions from the Palm Website:
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Article ID: 2893  
Determining what Palm OS version is on a device

You can find out what version number of the Palm OS is installed on your device (as well as the version numbers of any other applications installed on your handheld) from the Info screen.

For most Palm OS devices:

  1. Access the Applications launcher.
  2. Access the Menu launcher.
  3. A menu will appear. From the App pulldown menu, choose Info.
  4. Tap on the Version box at the bottom of the screen.

Note: If you have Palm OS version 3.5.2H1.2 or Palm OS version 3.5.2H1.4, you'll notice that the full version number is cut off (you'll see only "Palm OS ® software v. 3.5.2H1..").

For older Palm OS devices running Palm OS 2.x (such as the original Palm Pilot or anything before the Palm III):

  1. Access the Applications launcher.
  2. Launch the Memory application.
  3. Your current Palm OS version appears in the top left section of the screen.


Article ID: 2893 Article Type: How To
Date Created:  Nov 01, 2000 Date Modified:  Nov 14, 2007
Relevant products:  LifeDrive, Palm i705, Palm III, Palm IIIc, Palm IIIe, Palm IIIxe, Palm m100, Palm m125, Palm m500, Palm m515, Palm Pilot w/2mb Upgrade, Tungsten C, Tungsten E, Tungsten T, Tungsten E2, Tungsten T2, Tungsten T3, Tungsten T5, Tungsten W, Palm V, Palm VII, Palm VIIx, Palm Vx, Zire, Zire 21, Zire 31, Zire 71, Zire 72, PalmPilot, Treo 300, Treo 180, Treo 180g, Treo 270, Treo 90, Visor Edge, Visor Neo, Visor Pro, Visor Platinum, Visor Prism, Visor Deluxe, Palm TX, Palm Zire 22, Palm m130, Treo 680, Treo 700p, Treo 650, Treo 600, Treo 755p, Centro

Palm also provides a chart of all of their devices and the possible updates these devices may have had installed on them. This article can be found here:

http://kb.palmone.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE?New,Kb=PalmSupportKB,ts=Palm_External2001,Case=obj(10714))

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