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  1.    #1  
    What is the phone code to display the cause of the last reset? I know it is ##377 on the Sprint Treo but I can't figure it out on the Verizon Treo.
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    Try #*377 or is it *#377?
  3.    #3  
    Quote Originally Posted by Big_OTR_Fan
    Try #*377 or is it *#377?
    that didn't work
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    From palmOne Support site...

    Find out if your Treo 600 reset itself (and the error code it recorded)

    When an event causes the Treo 600 to crash, it resets itself and stores the reason for the crash in a special error log.

    Most often, when a crash occurs, the automatic reset (equivalent to restarting your desktop computer) is sufficient to resolve the problem. Sometimes, however, you might notice that your handheld has been crashing repeatedly. In that case you might find it helpful to access the error log and try to identify the application causing the problem.

    For Treo 600 - AT&T, Cingular, Orange, Rogers, T-Mobile or other GSM:

    Press the Phone button.
    Using the on-screen dialpad or the number keys enter #*377 (#*ERR on the dialpad for error) and choose Dial.
    For Treo 600 - Sprint:

    Press the Phone button.
    Using the on-screen dialpad or the number keys enter ##377 (##ERR on the dialpad for error) and choose Dial.
    For Treo 600 - Verizon:

    Press the Phone button.
    Using the on-screen dialpad or the number keys enter #*#377 (#*#ERR on the dialpad for error) and choose Dial.
    In the dialog box that appears you'll see the date of the last crash, the application running at the time of the last crash, and (if appropriate) the error message.

    For help interpreting the results see our article on fatal errors.

    If the error was linked to a third-party application and you find that it happens frequently, you may wish to delete the application from your Treo 600. Be sure to send an informal "bug report" to the third-party application's author or developer, letting them know what was happening when the error occurred.
  5.    #5  
    Quote Originally Posted by Big_OTR_Fan
    From palmOne Support site...

    Find out if your Treo 600 reset itself (and the error code it recorded)

    When an event causes the Treo 600 to crash, it resets itself and stores the reason for the crash in a special error log.

    Most often, when a crash occurs, the automatic reset (equivalent to restarting your desktop computer) is sufficient to resolve the problem. Sometimes, however, you might notice that your handheld has been crashing repeatedly. In that case you might find it helpful to access the error log and try to identify the application causing the problem.

    For Treo 600 - AT&T, Cingular, Orange, Rogers, T-Mobile or other GSM:

    Press the Phone button.
    Using the on-screen dialpad or the number keys enter #*377 (#*ERR on the dialpad for error) and choose Dial.
    For Treo 600 - Sprint:

    Press the Phone button.
    Using the on-screen dialpad or the number keys enter ##377 (##ERR on the dialpad for error) and choose Dial.
    For Treo 600 - Verizon:

    Press the Phone button.
    Using the on-screen dialpad or the number keys enter #*#377 (#*#ERR on the dialpad for error) and choose Dial.
    In the dialog box that appears you'll see the date of the last crash, the application running at the time of the last crash, and (if appropriate) the error message.

    For help interpreting the results see our article on fatal errors.

    If the error was linked to a third-party application and you find that it happens frequently, you may wish to delete the application from your Treo 600. Be sure to send an informal "bug report" to the third-party application's author or developer, letting them know what was happening when the error occurred.

    Thanks !!!!

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