Question about Palm Tungsten E Handheld
Even after a "hard reset" my Tungsten E hangs up on the stylus calibration step, repeatedly prompting me to "tap the center of the target".
I followed the adivce of another post and removed the screws on the back of the machine. I disconnected the battery and left it off for a few minutes. It was then reconnected and the Palm worked perfectly. To be truthful, my 13 year old son did this for me and it worked like a charm. With a phone call to Palm support costing $15 and a repair bill of at least $149.00, I felt like I had nothing to lose. This actually worked!
Posted on May 03, 2009
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