Question about PDAs
SOURCE: Non-Responsive PDA
You may have to do a hard reset. You hold one finger at the power and the other hand hold your stylus and his reset. This technique is applied to most PDA.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
Also, is it new? Same thing happened with mine when I first bought it maybe 72 hours of purchase. Took it to the Apple store and it was deemed defective. If it isn't new, then you will have to pay for them to look at it, so consider your options. If you've had it for more than 2 years, then you can go with cssidy's 2 suggestion and buy a new 3G for $99 bucks. It would probably be the cheapest option
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
A design flaw; battery latch inside detects that it is not fully closed, ans will not turn on... this happenss after a while, perhaps because the weak battery latch wears. There are a few "fixes" for it, that entail taking the back off, and putting a drop or two of fingernail polish (maybe a small dot of glue from a hot glue gun... this has to be REALLY small dot! if the prob persists, then apply a tiny bit more, maybe as little as the thickness of a human hair would fix it.. but that's most likely your issue. I have had four of these, and have had the problem with two of them. Best of luck! Oh, I just bought a new screen/digitizer on eBay for under $9! with tools, and mailing! I'll be putting my new screen on by next week... since these are so aged, everything for them is cheap!
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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