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    I've sprint treo 650. Sometimes it resets itself even without any obvious reason and I'm not doing anything during that time ?

    Is there a way to find out the history of all resets and what causes the resets ? I've heard of something like dialing ##377 to find that out, but it does not dial anywhere for me.

    Thanks a lot
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    I think maybe the ##377 is for Treo600. Try #*377
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    #*377 didnt work for me
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    ##377 should work. works on my 650. It let's you know what was running at the time of the crash. It doesn't help me since the references are generally to a specific line in a core program like "Phone" or "SMS". I assume a programmer could make good use out of the info though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loki007420
    #*377 didnt work for me
    Then there are differences between different models/ firmwares. Mine is an unlocked GSM 1.15/1.06 ROW.
    - "#*377" working
    - "##377" does not work at all
    JoranG
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    ##377 is for Sprint. Make sure you hit "dial" after entering the code in the phone app
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    CrashPro will do the trick. It tracks the causes of resets in a log you can review later and export to a memo.
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    You all are forgetting something: Sprint only is ##377# then press dial and your re-set will appear. I believe GSM models is: #*377# & dial.....
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    Actually, the last # is the same as hitting dial - so: ##377# = ##377<dial>

    For GSM I suspect it's the same #*377# = #*377<dial> but cant say for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilweinrib

    Is there a way to find out the history of all resets and what causes the resets ? I've heard of something like dialing ##377 to find that out, but it does not dial anywhere for me.

    Thanks a lot
    Here's ya solution

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