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    How do you do a hard reset that takes the phone back to complete factory settings??
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    I forget how I did it but the first step involved digging out that little book that came with the phone . . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tastypeppers
    I forget how I did it but the first step involved digging out that little book that came with the phone . . . . .
    Thanks the smart comments... This forums has gotten me nothing but smart A$s comments for issues that I need help on..... I'm suprised if anyone gets legit help with out stupid smart comments!!!
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    Well maybe if you at least read the [insert expletive here] manual...

    You get the smart comments because you ask questions that are either
    a) covered in Quick Start guide
    b) covered in numerous threads on these forums (or in simpler terms... you don't search.)
    or c) can be found on Google with an "I'm feeling lucky" search.

    And as long as you ask those kind of questions all you will ever get are posts that say "Go search" or "read the manual".

    So to answer your question: You search. Or you read the manual.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SymbianPalm
    Thanks the smart comments... This forums has gotten me nothing but smart A$s comments for issues that I need help on..... I'm suprised if anyone gets legit help with out stupid smart comments!!!
    Wasn't meant to be smart-***. Sorry. A combination of too much coffee and some stress at work and nothing was intended or aimed at you. Again, my apologies. Here's the direct pointer to the Palm website's Knowledge Base that talks all about the various types of resets, including hard resets. I'm sure you'll be able to find the precise answer to your technical question there.

    Stick around. If you're willing to entertain a little give and take in good humor, you'll find this a good place to hang out. Good for you for sticking it back at me. You'll fit right in.

    http://kb.palmone.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/W...,Case=obj(887)
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    I always have to go to Palm and search the database....the zero out reset needs to have the hotsync cable....the hard reset is something to do with the power button and the reset button near the battery...
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    I find that if I need a really hard reset, I'd do the zero out since the "hard" reset doesn't do the job at all. I once did a "hard reset" and my programs were still there in the Palm. What a joke. And yes, I've done enough hard resets to know how to do them correctly.
    Flash demos, reviews of PDA and smartphone apps and contests at Palm Discovery . How to do Palm resets. T/T2/T3/Treo screws
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    I wish SymbianPalm had asked about the warm reset, then I could have told him/her exactly how to do a hard reset...
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    V > Vx > m505 > m515 > T/T > T3 > TC > 650 > 680
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