Take it to store to make sure that it's not a faulty battery or charger.those can be replaced easily.but the issue can also be the charging hub.......it could have separated from the mother board or simply be worn.in any case.....take it to a t-mobile branch for some simple testing.hope this helps.
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You need to do a hard-reset. This will erase your added content (third party programs stored in phone memory, notes store in phone memory, etc.)
You must press the reset button while pressing the left and right soft-buttons at the same time. You need your stylus or something small enough to press the recessed button next to the volume control. Once you press the reset button, keep holding the soft buttons it is reset. The display lock should be gone... as well as everything else you put on it.
The T-mobile wing,which won't make a sound anymore. You'll wanna back up your content to your PC using the software provided. Active Sync Window 6.0. You can dowload it from www.htic.com/activesync for free. Just connect via USB cord. Once that is all backed up, do a hard reset. aster Reset for a HTC Pocket PC:Warning: Performing
a Hard/Master Reset will remove all of your data (settings, files, 3rd
party applciations, etc.) from your device and will only reload the
Windows Mobile Software and components.
method for Hard Resetting/performing a Master Reset on HTC devices can
vary by model. Below are the instructions for the most common method.
If these steps do not work for you, consult your user manual or contact
your wireless carrier for additional assistance.
With the device powered on, press and hold the Left and Right Soft Keys.
Whilst holding the Left and Right Soft Keys, perfrom a Soft Reset on the device by inserting the stylus into the reset hole.
you need to do a hard reset. this will reset the phone but it will also delete all memory
!- hold the two soft key(upper right and left key on keypad under screen)
2- while holding soft keys, insert stylus rset hole next to charging port on bottom of phone.
3. you will be given option screen to clear memory
The T-Mobile Wing is not compatible with Windows Mobile Device Center vr. 6.1
My computer had updated itself to the higher version during a Windows update a few weeks ago.
Once vr. 6.1 was uninstalled, and vr. 6.0 was reinstalled, I was able to sync my Wing again.
Hold down both soft keys (both above the send and end key's) and use the stylus to push the reset button in between the volume key and micro sd slot. Then the screen will turn on and tell you something to the extent of press "Send" to perform a factory reset. Hit send, and your good to go.
or course, powercycle....if that doesnt work, a master reset will be needed.....because it sounds like there might be somehitng stuck on the screen in the corner for make it scroll around, clean the screen with a qtip and rubbing alchohol.....if that doesnt work, try a software reset. with the phone off, you will have to press and hold the button withthe lines on them and press the power button.....release the powerbutton.....the phoen should turn on and go to a black screen with white writing....release the soft keys here and press the green call button...it will reset the phone, but in turn, you will loose your info that is not stored on the sim or media card...
this is hard to do, so if you can navigate through the phone go to start, setttings, system, clear storage. it does the same thing. good luck :)