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  1. #41  
    Quote Originally Posted by Tonylmiller
    I was going to return my T650, but the girl at the Cingular store said to remove the battery cover and press the little reset button in the hole. So I did, even though I didn't think it would help. Well, that was 3 days ago and I haven't had a reset since. Go figure! Your mileage may vary. . . Just thought I'd pass it on.
    Thanks for the info. By removing the battery cover and pressing the button, you activated the backup Solar power. Your treo will not need a reset for a very Looooooooooooooooooong time!
  2. #42  
    Quote Originally Posted by CraigG65
    JOEBAR,


    I am very disappointed in you............
    lol.. I promise to never let any future silly posts go by un-insulted.
  3. #43  
    Quote Originally Posted by Tonylmiller
    Well, I *was* serious (and it was a true story), but unfortunately you all were right. The resets are back. Now I have reset buttons all over my Treo, including my calendar button, phone button, etc.

    Something else I just learned: The mobile version of TC.com works great for reading, but not for posting replies! Anyway, looks like I was able to type this entire message without a reset!!!1 lol
    I bet you were serious. That little girl at Cingular, bless her heart, managed to stall your resets till the 30 days expired.

    And now you're using a TMobile SIM too? what would the cingular girl say now?
  4. #44  
    Does anyone here know what is the difference between pressing the reset button with the stylus and taking the battery out for a second and then putting it back in. Seems to have the same affect. But does it do the same "clean up" as a soft reset? If it does, why did PalmOne bother to put in a recessed reset switch.
    Regards
    Peter
  5.    #45  
    Quote Originally Posted by ZBoater
    She sure sounds smart to me. Have the poor guy mess with it for a few days, hopefully pass the 30-day mark, and VOILA! its palmOne's problem. Ouch.

    By the way, what version of SIM do you have? Ending in a G or A?
    Don't have it with me at the moment, but it is the 64k one that is supposed to be o.k. That would be "A", right?
  6. #46  
    Quote Originally Posted by Peter-BKK
    Does anyone here know what is the difference between pressing the reset button with the stylus and taking the battery out for a second and then putting it back in. Seems to have the same affect. But does it do the same "clean up" as a soft reset? If it does, why did PalmOne bother to put in a recessed reset switch.
    Regards
    Peter
    I'm curious about this too
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  7. #47  
    Quote Originally Posted by Peter-BKK
    Does anyone here know what is the difference between pressing the reset button with the stylus and taking the battery out for a second and then putting it back in.
    Just taking a guess but, **if** there is a difference (and I don't know that there is), I would imagine it might be akin to a "warm boot" or "cold boot" in a PC.

    http://support.microsoft.com/default...n-us%3BQ102228

    I am not sure whether the reset button actually interrupts the flow of power to the device.
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