I had the same problem and resolved it next way. First backed up all my contacts on G1 with myBackup, then deleted all my contacts on Google from laptop. Autosync all the time was on, so all contacts was deleted from my G1 also. After that I restarted the phone, and restored my contacts with myBackup. When my G1 tried to sync it asked me what to do, because it have too many items to delete (from "All contacts" category on Google). I've chose "delete". You may try other choice. After few minutes I've had exact all my contacts from G1 on Google no less, no more, and no sync error. Remember: just in case, backup all your contacts on G1 or Google before deleting them, to prevent them from beeing lost!! Good luck.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Do you have any of the pictures stored as contact pictures? Sometimes this will block you from deleting them, if you have a memory card try just moving them to the memory card and then deleting them from there. Sometimes an alternate file browser will override the access denied. I apologize for not having one off hand, try www.download.com find your device or at least a windows mobile program. Goodluck!
You could delete that app if you want, however I would go into hotsync config and sync only one section at a time, such as Notes, but not contacts or calendar (or anything else). If it works then add a section, such as contacts. Keep adding sections until it malfunctions. Pimlico software makes a product dbfixit ($) that can fix database (blob errors). You can download and install it, and it will report on (but not fix) any errors it finds.
Try this, I read it on a microsoft.com forum. Disconnect the device from the PC. Open Activesync on the device. Open the "Menu". Click "Options" Uncheck "E-mail" from Data you want to Sync. Click "Done" and re-sync devise to PC.
Once I did that, my contacts and all my appointments sync'd. Hope that helps... It seems tons of people have had this annoying issue.
View/Folder in Outlook
Open the Calendar
Click on "GO" on top Toolbar.
Click on "Folder List"
Should show "Pocket Mirror" Folder
( Cant access it from Mail Folder. The instructions are unclear in the Palm Help.) Took me ages to find the above
Even following the instructions by adding the Note in Pocket Mirror with the new handheld name I still get the same error as you and so GOOD LUCK!
After installing, reinstalling, deleting, hard resets, hitting head against wall... I tried installing the Pocket Mirror conduit as a last ditch effort. An error message popped up saying it could not find the mapi32.dll file. I looked at another PC, located that file in the windows32 directory, copied it to my PC, and I was able to hotsync with Outlook. To test this, I uninstalled the Pocket Mirror and Palm desktop SW, then deleted the mapi32.dll. Installed the Palm 4.1.4 sw, outlook 101 update, plus the conduit update, had same error messages. Added the mapi32.dll to the windows32 directory - was able to successfully sync with Outlook!
Do you use companion CD for Active sync installation? Can you please tell me which driver is necessary to have? Is there any error message and what is content of this message?
It can also be that Active Sync is already installed! Please check at Add and remove Software in Control panel!
Otherwise go to www.microsoft.com and download a current version of active sync