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  1.    #1  
    Just finally updated my Verizon Treo 650 with the 1.03 update. I've been avoiding it for some time now. Process went smoothly. Ever since the update, almost every hour or two on the hour my phone does a soft reset...today alone at 9am, 11am, noon, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm...etc. The error message reads either "phone", "calender", or "sms". It's never a 3rd party app causing the reset. Underneath that it always reads Line:3732, NULL Handle. Palm told me the resets were the phones way of trying to correct itself--which sounded like a pretty lame excuse for what was happening. Anybody have this happen or have a solution for me?

    Thanks once again
    Dean
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    Try unchecking 'enable network time' in preferences under the date and time section.
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    Did it--still no luck! Just had a 9pm reset- "sms" this time.
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    Are you using Verizon's wireless sync option?
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    No...never have. Should I? All I remember about that is it was messing up my phone initially and Palm had me set it so it wouldn't interfere with the phone. So pretty much its set not to do anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by deanandbek
    No...never have. Should I? All I remember about that is it was messing up my phone initially and Palm had me set it so it wouldn't interfere with the phone. So pretty much its set not to do anything
    No, I only mentioned it because I've seen several posts pointing to it as a source of trouble; I thought it might be the source of yours.
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    Although 377 never points to a 3rd party app, that doesn't mean that a 3rd party app (or a combination) isn't behind your trouble. I'd suggest that you rename your Backup folder under your Palm user directory, perform a hard reset and then Hotsync.

    That'll load just your PIM data. Run it like that for a day or two; if all's well, then you know that your culprit(s) lie(s) there in your old Backup folder.
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    Thanks Bill--I will give it a shot today. Kinda strange that the reset occurs only at the top of the hour. Thats gotta mean something. I'll let ya know what happens
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    Do you have Versamail setup to check for messages every hour? I had this same issue once upon a time and I needed to clear my Versamail data and re-setup my accounts. Good luck!
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    No Versamail-though a small piece of Versamail could not be erased from my original install. Hmmm... Makes you wonder. I did the hard reset today--and re-added each app one by one. No problems so far. I got the phone back in good working order and just as I was about to finish, BAM! Soft reset loop! Had to go back to hard reset as the warm reset only got me to stop it and no further as you all know. Final hard reset worked perfectly. Still have a few apps to load but so far so good. Thanks for all the advice as usual!
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    Get PalmInternals, load it up and start it. The main screen will show you all of the pending "alarms" (where applications register to get "kicked" by the Palm OS at a particular time so that they can do some work. See what is registered at the top of the hour.

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