We have several CN3 devices that we are testing with. The application communicates back to a back end server using a 3G connection that keep dropping randomly. The devices are always in cellular range, and regular cell phones are communicating without issue wherever the CN3 goes.
Due to the communication dropping, the device eventually freezes and we need to cold boot (pull the battery) the device in order for it to work again.
To re-establish connectivity, we use the phone on the device... occasionaly have to "repair the 3G connection" and sometimes use the browser to find a web site.
Eventually communications are re-established and everything works again.
Not sure if you fixed this but I had the same problem with Intermec CK30's a couple of years ago, and it was in relation to the number of terminals using the same username & password to connect to the client server - might be a indea for you to check out.
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Most connection problems that prevent streaming occur on the device itself, or on the home network. In a nutshell, we will have you test the Internet connection on the device, log out and back into Netflix, restart your device, and restart your home network equipment. Select your device from the list below for steps tailored to your device:
Test the Internet connection on your device Many devices have an application to test the Internet Connection. If not, try opening the application store or another Internet-enabled application and check if your device is able to reach Internet services.
If you are unable to connect to the Internet, you may be having network connection issues.
Restart the device Restart your device by unplugging it from power for at least 10 seconds, then plug it back in and turn it on with the power button. Restarting the device is often enough to restore your ability to connect to our service. Note: All devices are different. Some may take up to 15 minutes to fully restart.
Disconnect and Reconnect the Netflix application These instructions will work on most consumer electronic devices with the Netflix application.
Launch the Netflix app.
Using the arrows on your remote, enter the following sequence:
sounds although the unit has been dropped and the power connection between the battery, the back up battery and the rest of the unit has been severed. Or it could be a CPU failure - If you need assistance with this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
When the battery dies there is an internal battery that will keep the device running so that all of the programs will still have functionability. Once that internal battery dies the date/time stamp resets back to the factory settings which is January 1, 2005. To keep this from happening you will need to install a time patch onto the device.
Run the TI connect software on you computer. Turn the calculator on and connect it to a USB port on the computer. Before you drag and drop applications on the TI connect software window, Click on one of the icons (TI Device Explorer, TI Device Info, TI Screen Capture). Two new smaller windows pop up, the one on top has the title Select TI device. If in that window it recognizes your Calculator Model, you click on select and OK, and you are ready to communicate with it.
If on the other hand, it fails to find your calculator on any of the 3 or 4 communication ports (COM3, COM4, USB1, etc.) then you click on the communication setting and in the drop down lists
Hello my friend try this code:
This code is design for Visual Basic 6.0
Function for Connection and recordset string.
Public Sub connection(ByRef dConnection As ADODB.connection, ByVal dLocation As String)
dConnection.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=" & dLocation & ";Persist Security Info=False;"
'======End of Connection String======
Public Sub recordset(ByRef sRecordset As ADODB.recordset, ByRef sConnection As ADODB.connection, ByVal sSQl As String)
.CursorLocation = adUseClient
.Open sSQl, sConnection, adOpenKeyset, adLockOptimistic
'======End Recordset String========
How to apply the above function?
'====== Command Save Button========
Private Sub cmdsave_Click()
Dim cn3 As New ADODB.connection
Dim rs3 As New ADODB.recordset
Call connection(cn3, App.Path & "\CASGC.mdb")
Call recordset(rs3, cn3, "Select * from Debtor_Creditor_Account")
Set dtglobal.DataSource = rs3.DataSource
.Fields("Code") = txtCode.Text
.Fields("Description") = txtDescription.Text
.Fields("Tag") = cbotag.Text
MsgBox "New Account has been Added", vbInformation
Set cn3 = Nothing
Set rs3 = Nothing
'=======end of Command Save button=====
The advantage of using this code is setting your database connection is you have a reliable connection towards your database where ever you place your database you can you don't to remount you databse connection control. Also you are no longer need to use a ADO control or DAO control just copy the function and paste it in your coding area and call the function and you have now a working database and recordset connection string.
For more details regarding how to apply this code just email me at this address: email@example.com to get more codes. thanks..
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While the iPhone certainly isn’t the first mobile handset to suffer
from freezes, its functional breadth and the fact that many of its
users install unsupported third-party applications make the device,
generally, more freeze-prone.
settings can result in a reduction in or complete elimination of freezes:
Tap Settings on the home screen. Tap General. Tap Auto-Lock. Set to “Never.”
Tap Settings on the home screen. Tap Brightness. Turn Auto-Brightness off.
The memory problem can be fixed easily. It is not only you. It is a common problem with some pocket pc.
Instructions according to Casio Customer Service:
You will have to back up all of the data. Then remove the backup battery and main battery for ten minutes. Restore all of your files and you should be back in business. Also, to prevent this from happening again and to keep program memory high, perform a soft reset at least once daily.
This will almost certainly fix your problem.