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  1. #61  
    Quote Originally Posted by showson1 View Post
    I just tested my Pre with WiFi on and it passed.

    Where is the manufacturer date located?
    On your dialpad, type ##786# in the screen that comes up, scroll down
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    #62  
    Passed all tests with Wi-fi on and connected to a network. Build date is 5/31/2009
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    WiFi on, Pre passed with Flying Colors. Took off charge at 100% to do the test, tested ended still at 100%. I guess my battery is ok lol. 5/23/09 build date.

    Verify your actually on a WiFi network when attempted to test it.
  4. #64  
    Everyone who failed with Wi-Fi on, are you connected via Wi-Fi or is Wi-Fi just on and not connected to a network?
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    #65  
    Quote Originally Posted by clamp33 View Post
    mine passed with a blue check mark
    Mee, too! Lovin' the blue!

    Good to go with quick check and the hardware check. This thing has a lot of diagnostics.

    bj
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    #66  
    it's fact the pre battery life sucks because they're using a weak battery that they took from the centro to save $$.. 1150mah is not enough for a phone of this magnitude.

    my HTC Touch is much smaller, less powerful, crappy old technology screen, not "connected to the web" like the pre and it has a 1100mah battery, practically the same capacity as the pre!

    this phone really needs a battery make-over.. that's the only thing that will solve this poor battery performance.

    they are making these phones faster and better while using an undersize battery.
  7. #67  
    passed with wifi on and connected to my home network ... Said checking memory 1 out of 4 than passed

    Wifi also helps normalize the battery when in bad signal areas .. I actually now leave it on all the time

    Ps , build date 5.19.09
    Last edited by Impulsebuyer; 06/11/2009 at 01:19 PM.
  8. #68  
    i had error 20: Modem. I didn't know my phone had a modem?!
  9. #69  
    Passed, wifi on.
  10. #71  
    Big blue check mark. WiFi on and connected to my home network.

    Warranty date code 05/14/2009.
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    Passed all tests. My sole problem is likely not a hardware issue, though - I think I got a bad flash. I'm still having audio and video playback issues. Hoping I can get it fixed with a software update soon - I'm itching for Pandora everywhere I go. Everything worked fine while I was waiting for 1.0.2 to download, but no number of resets or reflashes with the WebOS doctor does the trick.
    Palm III -> Palm M100 -> Palm VII -> Tmobile MDA (The 3 year mistake) -> Palm Pre

    Hello, Palm. Good to have you back. Let's just pretend that the whole "me leaving you for WinMo" thing never happened, OK?
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    Passed. Yellow box. Modem Firmware CC1.1(90) 06/04/2009
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    #74  
    Mine passed (wifi was on and connected). Build date is 05/10/09.
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    #75  
    I passed both the Quick Tests and the Interactive Tests with no problems. Everything was on and functional as it should be when I did them.
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    Umm, I had WiFi on and mine passed all tests.
  16. #77  
    ****POSSIBLE FIX****

    Well it's not really a fix at all. As I was suspected and as the code description verifies, you need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network for the test to run properly. It will fail if your Wi-Fi is on and NOT connected to a network. Here is the code if people didn't see it:

    Code 25

    valid MAC, not registered on a network

    1. Turn Wi-Fi off and back on and try to reconnect

    2. Perform a Restart

    3. If unable to connect, advise customer to try connecting to a different Wi-Fi network

    4. Advise customer to troubleshoot their Wi-Fi Home network (this error generally points to a home network issue)

    You MUST be connected to a Wi-Fi network. Go home, connect to your home network and re-run the test. If you still get an error then there is a problem, but I'm guessing it will pass with a big blue check.
  17. #78  
    Quote Originally Posted by locd32 View Post
    ****POSSIBLE FIX****

    Well it's not really a fix at all. As I was suspected and as the code description verifies, you need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network for the test to run properly. It will fail if your Wi-Fi is on and NOT connected to a network. Here is the code if people didn't see it:

    Code 25

    valid MAC, not registered on a network

    1. Turn Wi-Fi off and back on and try to reconnect

    2. Perform a Restart

    3. If unable to connect, advise customer to try connecting to a different Wi-Fi network

    4. Advise customer to troubleshoot their Wi-Fi Home network (this error generally points to a home network issue)

    You MUST be connected to a Wi-Fi network. Go home, connect to your home network and re-run the test. If you still get an error then there is a problem, but I'm guessing it will pass with a big blue check.
    I just got home and tested this. Before when I turned on wi-fi I wasn't connected and I failed the test. Now that I'm connected I pass with a blue check.

    It seems it was a false alarm.
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    #79  
    Quote Originally Posted by locd32 View Post
    I just got home and tested this. Before when I turned on wi-fi I wasn't connected and I failed the test. Now that I'm connected I pass with a blue check.

    It seems it was a false alarm.
    Same deal for me. Got home hooked up and all is well.
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    Wifi on and hooked to home network. Passed test.

    By the way, I'm one who had possibly the worst overheating and battery drain of anyone I talked to. I measured almost 135 F on the back...and once it drained the batteries, with nothing running, in under 3 hours.

    After removing the Hotmail account it has run cool and long. Of the charger with nothing running except turning it on every 15 minutes to check battery status yielded a 1% drop in 2 hours. Previously, it would be closer to 30%.
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