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It seems there is fault on your software and so might require a reinstallation . Remove the battery and then switch on the phone , if the phone seems to HANG up then the software can be the issue. It is ideal to get this confirmed before you reload .
Make sure the device is on before performing hard reset. To hard reset, press and hold the power button and press in on the reset button (reset hole) on the back of the unit for about 2-3 seconds. Release both buttons and you will see a confirmation screen asking you if you would like to clear all data in memory. To do so press the Contacts button. To cancel press the Mail button.
IT may be that the mainboard is faulty and would need to be replaced.
Try to replace you batery. It is not meant that a batery is still good when you gonna perform a charge.Because even it has the ability to accept power on it,it it will fast draining the stored power when a batery is weak due to the what we call low amperes .,the amperes of a batery is too small than the given specification when it is still new thats why it is so fast to drain its power.
mayb you can try to do a hard reset.
Take out your battery press and hold end call button ( don't release ) then put in your batery wait the loading finished and change to other screen then you release your from the end call button you pressing just now.If still can't work,no choice need to go back to you service center .
I had the same problem with my Jamin so sent if off to the technician who informed me the Jarmin's internal circuitry prevents the phone being charged when the battery is under a certain voltage so when you use a plug in charger because the battery has very low power it does not trip a circuit in the Jamin to start the charging process. The only solution to to take the battery out of the unit and charge it with a stand-a-lone charger. Hope this makes sense.
I have a Acer pda model C530 and it has a switch that detects if the cover is correctly inserted, check that switch, buy electronic contact cleaner spray and clean it (and clean the battery contacts,on/off button) if possible try with a new or known good battery. If it has dropped to the floor it might have some bad contacts.
You can hard reset the phone (Factory Settings) This will reinstall the operating system inside the phone back to how it first was. (internal memory gets formatted then the rom reloads the os back) (Solves all kinds of problems.)
Switch the phone "OFF" Hold "3" (button) + "Green Call" (button) + "*" (star button) Switch the phone "ON" while holding the above three buttons. Continue holding for about 20 seconds then let go.
Please note this will format all the saved information stored in phone memory.
I'm a pc repair technician, and my ipaq hx4700 has gone exactly the same way.
I've been looking round for some kind of technical manual to see if there is any history of internal components going down through heavy use or even manual abuse.
Mine stopped after I knocked it whilst working on something.
Normally if I see similar symptoms on a pc I'd be looking at internal component failure, more often than not the motherboard itself. I worked on that theory and have looked at prices for an ipaq motherboard.
In all honesty the costs for the part and replacement are more than buying a new pda.
Sorry for the bad news, but thats the only option I've found
all the best