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  1.    #1  
    I was having problems getting bluetooth to connect. Did a reset with mreset and palm went into reset loop. Did a warm reset and bluetooth icon was missing. Error message - missing bluetooth components.

    Is mreset compatible with treo680?

    Thanks!!
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    apparently not
  3.    #3  
    Quote Originally Posted by bigcatny View Post
    apparently not
    thanks bigcatny

    is it possible to have ram file components missing. Anyone knows where can i get the files to install again. tx
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    it's probably best to do a hard reset. The bluetooth will still be on the ROM chip. Don't forget to backup but remove mreset first.
  5. #5  
    I use mreset on my 680 and have no problems
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    #6  
    Yep. Same with me. No problem with mreset on my treo 680-graphite unlocked on t-mobile.
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    Thank you all.
    I did a hard reset and bluetooth icon came back. must be unstable
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    Sounds more like to me that some stuff was in ram that shouldn't have been and it was expecting it to all be in ram or something..

    I've used mreset a handful of times, more often use ZLauncher's reset function if I need to. I rarely have to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khaytsus View Post
    Sounds more like to me that some stuff was in ram that shouldn't have been and it was expecting it to all be in ram or something..

    I've used mreset a handful of times, more often use ZLauncher's reset function if I need to. I rarely have to.
    right, have tried using mreset again, seems ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cttreo View Post
    right, have tried using mreset again, seems ok.
    Your problem sprang from the fact that you performed a warm reset but didn't follow with a soft reset; mReset had nothing to do with it.
    V > Vx > m505 > m515 > T/T > T3 > TC > 650 > 680
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    pardon my ignorance but what is a warm reset?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcatny View Post
    pardon my ignorance but what is a warm reset?
    It's also known as a System Reset.

    From the Palm Support Knowledgebase:

    "What's a system reset? A system reset tells your device to stop what it's doing and start over again, bypassing any system extensions. This can help you with "boot loop" errors, allowing you to remove any recently installed third-party applications that might be causing the problem.

    Be sure to perform a soft reset at the end: Certain features of your device, such as HotSync and some wireless communications, will be disabled after the system reset. You need to perform a soft reset to enable these features again.

    1. Press and hold the UP button on the front panel of your device.

    2. While holding the UP button, use an unfolded paper clip, or the reset tool at the tip of your stylus, to gently press the RESET button inside the hole on the back of your device (where's the reset hole?).

    * Treo 680: There is no RESET button; instead, remove the battery and replace it while holding the UP button. It helps to remove the battery cover (but not the battery) before starting a System Reset, so your hand is free to hold the UP button throughout.
    Last edited by Bill Gamble; 03/21/2007 at 03:32 PM.
    V > Vx > m505 > m515 > T/T > T3 > TC > 650 > 680
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble View Post
    Your problem sprang from the fact that you performed a warm reset but didn't follow with a soft reset; mReset had nothing to do with it.
    IC, didn't realise have to do a soft reset after a warm reset.
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    I've had some minor issues with my 680 (unlocked, unbranded, T-Mobile) and bluetooth. When I so a search for nearby devices it finds nothing. My friend is standing right next to me with his bluetooth enabled and visible, but my 680 sees nothing. When I pull the battery and restart I'm back in business, seeing his phone and about half a dozen more nearby. Seems like bluetooth just craps out now and then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo47 View Post
    I've had some minor issues with my 680 (unlocked, unbranded, T-Mobile) and bluetooth. When I so a search for nearby devices it finds nothing. My friend is standing right next to me with his bluetooth enabled and visible, but my 680 sees nothing. When I pull the battery and restart I'm back in business, seeing his phone and about half a dozen more nearby. Seems like bluetooth just craps out now and then.
    You are right. Had the same problems too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo47 View Post
    I've had some minor issues with my 680 (unlocked, unbranded, T-Mobile) and bluetooth. When I so a search for nearby devices it finds nothing. My friend is standing right next to me with his bluetooth enabled and visible, but my 680 sees nothing. When I pull the battery and restart I'm back in business, seeing his phone and about half a dozen more nearby. Seems like bluetooth just craps out now and then.
    BT on the 680 seems very finicky. I paired two phones together incorrectly and went to try to repair them again and the Palm froze on Searching for nearby phones and I had to soft reset to get out of it.
    Palm V > Palm Tungsten E > Palm Treo 680 (Unlocked GSM) purchased 1-4-07
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