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    Is there software that can replace the physical reset button on the 700?
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    Wisbar and Pocket Plus both have a soft reset menu option.
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    SoftReset 1.1 only takes up 9k of space:

    http://www.pocketgear.com/software_detail.asp?id=14504
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    XCPU Scalar has one with it as well
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    Does SoftReset work well with winmob5?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G
    Does SoftReset work well with winmob5?

    has worked great for me.....

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    Handymenu does also. Seems to work just like the physical soft reset, only w/o removing the rear cover.
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    So does MemMaid
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    But the only problem with these problems are when your treo crashes you cant use them (which i s why most poeple want to reset) so all they are doing is taking up memory that you need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRANKSTAR
    But the only problem with these problems are when your treo crashes you cant use them (which i s why most poeple want to reset) so all they are doing is taking up memory that you need.
    Bingo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRANKSTAR
    But the only problem with these problems are when your treo crashes you cant use them (which i s why most poeple want to reset) so all they are doing is taking up memory that you need.
    Not always, I often reset just for maintenance. My treo is fine or maybe a little slow and for example before I go to bed I'm like "I'll do a quick reset" or maybe something just doesn't feel or seem right so I do reset. Its not always 100% of the time I want to reset just because I'm locked up. Plus I'm using XCPU Scalar for my reset button (comes with a reset) so I dont look at as "Taking up memory that you need", since I would have this installed anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowcrash
    Not always, I often reset just for maintenance. My treo is fine or maybe a little slow and for example before I go to bed I'm like "I'll do a quick reset" or maybe something just doesn't feel or seem right so I do reset. Its not always 100% of the time I want to reset just because I'm locked up. Plus I'm using XCPU Scalar for my reset button (comes with a reset) so I dont look at as "Taking up memory that you need", since I would have this installed anyway.
    Exactly. I often do a reset just for the hell of it. A reset is good once and a while just like with a PC. And I hardly consider 9k "taking up memory that you need", it's only 9k!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRANKSTAR
    But the only problem with these problems are when your treo crashes you cant use them (which i s why most poeple want to reset) so all they are doing is taking up memory that you need.

    ??

    I never had my treo "Crash" to where it just was a brick. It may give me an error once in a blue moon, but never just locks up...

    So softreset works great for just getting in a reset now and again to get cleaned up.

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