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Hi, I'vefound this method works best especially on Window Mobile versions, windows CEdoes not seem to have the problem.
Have the battery inserted,
Remove the battery so its at the first stage of removal,
Hold down the On/Off button and trigger,
Insert the battery, still with On/Off button and trigger held,
As soon as the amber light flashes release the On/Off button and trigger.
Unit will attempt to cold boot and then warm boot,
If it works then it will boot through to the Windows Splash screen or desktop.
If it fails and continuously warm boots, remove the battery fully as soon as it cycles a warm boot.
The terminal will not switch off at this stage and will completely drain the backup battery and RAM, giving you a complete clean cold boot
Leave the battery out fro 20 minutes.
Power on and see how far you get.
If it stillfails after this I would suggest a complete re-flash of the system. Please posta follow up question on how to do this. Hopethis helps. Ifyou need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:- firstname.lastname@example.org orTEL 01202 620955 http://www.biastechnology.com/
Hi Jim, I remember having the exact same problem when I first used the MC9090. It works on such other devices like the Datalogic Viper, but not the MC9090. The IP is set within the wireless profile. On the radio icon in the task bar select Wireless Profiles. This box then holds all your wireless profiles, including the default Motorola "out of box". Hold down the stylus on the screen and select "Add New" follow the prompts. When you get to IP Address from the pull down menu select static and then next this will take you to another screen where you can add your details. Now you want to make them persist through either a cold boot or when the terminal has been left without a battery for a substantial amount of time.
This can be done 2 ways. When the profile has been set up highlight it by holding down the stylus on it and from the menu select export. This saves the registry key to the Application folder; a folder which persist through a cold boot. When it does cold boot it takes all the registry keys from the Application folder and builds 1 complete key.
The other way is to close the WLAN profile and selection options, from the pull down menu select export and save all profiles.
Hope this helps.
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This can be for a number of reasons. First thing would be to try and cold boot the device:- Remove battery half way, hold power button and trigger, push battery in fully until click and then release power and trigger If that fails next thing would be to try and re-flash the operating system. This is done by using an SD card and loading the latest operating files onto it. The SD card slot is located under the keypad. A cross head screwdriver is required to remove the keypad. Search on symbol software download site for the latest. The download also has a readme with detailed instructions. Once the files are on perform a cold boot. Remove battery half way, hold power button and trigger, push battery in fully until click and then release power and trigger. Drop the terminal in a cradle so that it runs on external power. Hope this helps. If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:- http://www.biastechnology.com/ or TEL 01202 620955
Hello jumpmaster. When an MC90XX does this, it means that something has gone wrong with the Operating System file execution. Sometimes a cold-boot can fix it (instructions below). If not, then there is a problem with the OS files. If you purchased your MC90XX from Motorola/Symbol you should be able to download a copy of your OS to reinstall. The file will include a readme.txt that will walk you through the process. I hope this solves your problem. Good luck!
To Cold Boot
Press the primary battery release to partially eject the battery.
While the battery is partially released: simultaneously press and release the trigger and power button.
Push the battery back in until it clicks.
The MC90XX should power up and start it's boot-sequence.