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Totally Dead My ipaq hx4705 is totally dead. No response to switching on nor after any hard reset. Whats wrong ? Has the 649 $ gone down the drain ?

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Re: Totally Dead

I had the same issue. Got it fixed at PPCTechs at $60 + shipping. Better than buying a new device

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My screen is totally frozen..cannot move it at all..was working yesterday, then the battery went dead (I was out) and then I charged it up - since then is totally frozen.


You can try to charge it up again for about 30 minutes and try a reset, here's how:

For soft reset type *#7780#

For hard reset type *#7370#

and if it ask passcode enter the passcode as 12345 as default.

Note: Please backup all your dataif you performing hard reset because hard reset deletes all data on your phone including
contacts music and pictures.


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The T3 will appear dead until the battery has SOME charge. A totally dead battery, even though plugged into a charger, will not let the T3 turn on. You mention a previous charger problem. Could be a bad charger, or a bad battery. Check to see if the charging light is on on the T3 when you think you are charging. If it is not on, try another charger. If it is on, you may have a bad battery.


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Ipaq bios upgrade

try a hard reset. hold down green and red and power same time push the reset button located by the charging port

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HP rx3115 hard reset

Had the same problem with my hp rx3115 . Worked fine, then the next day dead. power button, lower buttons, or outter reset button didn't work to turn it on. Okay so, i thought it just needed to recharge. Used computer cable for active synchronizing that also recharges, still dead. Then cable just for recharging. Finally comes on. Charged it all the way up, synchronized it, unplugged it, few minutes......dead. The battery is no good.

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Dropped; now dead

You will have to open up the PDA case and take out internal battery (round one). It might just need to be replace or resitted. Next time, backup your data to a memory card.

Oct 30, 2007 | HP iPAQ HX4705 Pocket PC

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Hi, I use 128 wep at home with no problem. A couple of points: 1) NEVER use the 'phrase' option. 2) Always type out the key in UPPER case, everywhere. On the iPaq, on your router, everywhere. It is NOT supposed to make a difference when you enter a hex key, but some hardware will see 'a' and 'A' as different. A sample key would be: 1234567890ABC1234567890ABC1234567890ABC 3) Alway s do a 'battery reset' after configuring the adapter. That is, pull the battery for 10 seconds and then put it back in. A soft reset does not reset the WiFi hardware. You will not lose any data (this is NOT a hard reset).

Sep 11, 2005 | HP iPAQ HX4705 Pocket PC

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Keeping Programs when updating ROM

Save the programs file to your Ipaq Storage Memory, which is part of the memory on you PDA that will not lost its files when you do a rom update or hard reset.

Sep 11, 2005 | HP iPAQ HX4705 Pocket PC

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HX4705 Will not power on

Check the battery lock on the bottom. That is what I usually find

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Unfortunately these programs cannot be removed as they are flashed in ROM. These programs are also reloaded whenever you happen to perform a hard reset.

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