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the HTC S710 does not support 3G. You get quad-band GSM with GPRS and
EDGE, which should keep you connected (albeit at moderate speeds) both
at home and abroad.
however HTC is releasing the s730, which is a 3G
phone and is basically the next model up from the s710; however,
although it is the same form factor, there are some visual differences.
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Try a soft reset (remove and replace battery), If your sure you haven't installed anything that may have remapped the keys, next option is a hard reset (all data will be lost, make sure you back it up)
There are two methods to performing a hard reset
Select Start > Accessories > Clear Storage. Enter 1234 where prompted and select YES.
Power the device off. Press and hold the left and right soft keys. Power the device on while holding these keys. Follow the on-screen prompts to factory reset the device.
If you find you can hard reset using the second method you know that your keyboard is ok, if the it refuses to reset its looking like an electrical problem which could be the keyboard or motherboard..
method1: The easiest way to do this is to sync your Palm Desktop data with the PIM on your Yahoo account. It's free so if you don't have a Yahoo account sign up and get one just for the transfer. Once your DateBook data is on Yahoo there is a simple to use option to sync Yahoo to Outlook. once all your stuff is in Outlook it will ActiveSync to the PPC
method 2: install the Outlook and then the Palm sync conduits and sync their datebook, notes, tasks and contacts to Outlook. install Activesync and sync the pocketpc and they get their data. you can also use pocket mirror software for this. method3: Install ExtendConnect from Extended Systems. Then sync first with the Palm. Then sync with the Pocket PC.