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    I find that having to take of battery cover (and battery!) for soft resets can eventually damage the thin cover and cause obvious problems. Loosing the battery for example.

    Is there software that does a soft reset directly? I think ZLauncher does but I don't need it - yet! A simpler one might do.
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    I've always liked mReset.
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    Bunches of applications support it; however, as Bill typed, mReset is the one that does just that. As a note, sofware resets allow an application to continue their normal closing routine, which may or may not be what you want.

    If you want to reset immediately, it's the reset button or remove the battery trick.

    Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by bclinger View Post
    Bunches of applications support it; however, as Bill typed, mReset is the one that does just that. As a note, sofware resets allow an application to continue their normal closing routine, which may or may not be what you want.

    If you want to reset immediately, it's the reset button or remove the battery trick.

    Ben
    Thanks Bill and BClinger; I've downloaded mReset and try it inmediately.
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    Zlauncher has a soft reset function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charcape7 View Post
    I find that having to take of battery cover (and battery!) for soft resets can eventually damage the thin cover and cause obvious problems. Loosing the battery for example.

    Is there software that does a soft reset directly? I think ZLauncher does but I don't need it - yet! A simpler one might do.
    TreoLaucher has this option too. http://palmgadget.com/lnchr.html
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