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    I used my camera on vacation to take some photos and used the memo feature to record daily diary notes to later transfer to a blog. The photos were being saved to the phone (not a sd card).

    I watched the camera function as it counted down the space remaining for photos on the phone. When it said I only had space remaining for two photos I stopped.

    I didnt take anymore photos but I recieived a large sms message. Ever since the camera has been in a constant state of reboot. First the "pa1mOne" screen, then the "Palm Powered" screen. While the "Palm Powered" screen is up, a dialog box appears very briefly then disappears. The dialog box says "Warning. The free data storage space on the device is low. Delete application or data." As soon as the dialog box dispalys, the screen blanks out and the boot up sequence starts over again. This keeps repeating itself, reboot, two palm startup screens, the dialog box then reboot again.

    I desparately would like to get access to the photos and memo notes. Does anyone know of any way I can get access to the phone without having to erase everything via a factory reset?
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    Warm reset then try to free up some space by deleteing applications (you can always install them later)
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    How to warm reset? If it's removing the batteray cover, then pushing the tip stylus into the little hole to the left of the batteray, I've tried that without success. The result of doing this causes the system to reboot (which it is doing right now repeatedly over, and over, and over again, non-stop).
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    Hello,
    This recently happened to me when my mail program overloaded the memory. I tried everything for about 20 to 30 minutes to just get in so I could delete the messages. I finally gave up and removed the battery from the phone. I left the battery out for a couple of hours while I finished up my business and returned home. When put the battery back inside it allowed me to get to the menu screen to access the email app. It worked for me, hope it works for you.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbermuda View Post
    How to warm reset? If it's removing the batteray cover, then pushing the tip stylus into the little hole to the left of the batteray, I've tried that without success. The result of doing this causes the system to reboot (which it is doing right now repeatedly over, and over, and over again, non-stop).
    http://kb.palm.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBC...e.tem,CASE=887
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    Aloke
    Cingular GSM
    Software:Treo650-1.17-CNG
    Firmware:01.51 Hardware:A
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    The warm reset worked. Thanks much!

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