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Broken slider switch on k-jam

Hello ALL, i need to know from which site can i purchase the above part for my PDA.

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My screen dose not work i got batteries for it, put them in, and the screen show lines and numbers and the lines and numbers faded away.

well , does ur pda ever fall? or get into water?

cause it might cause ur LCD screeen to be broken, but if ur pda ever got into water, ur component inside might be broken.

If one of above occured, u have to bring it to technician,unless you know how to replace a LCD or the other component.

if none of above occured, then u have a software problem, you need to flash it (put a fresh software in it), which you had to bring it to technician too, but it might cost much little than if you had problem on the LCD and component.

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Palm Tungsten E Power Switch Hard to Use

The switch itself, and or the bezzle of the switch is probably broken. I don't think Palm will sell the switch or the bezzle to an end user. This is a service part.

To change the switch, the unit will have to opened. The switch is on a multi-layered circuit board. Surface-mount soldering tools are required to desolder and resolder in the new switch.

For someone who is not used to doing service work on high density type circuit boards with surface mount parts, this will be a difficult task. There is a strong chance of damaging the circuit board. In that case the complete board would have to be replaced.

I suggest to call the Palm tech support and let them arrange to have the switch changed.

Jerry G.

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what is the brand of PDA and model number please

Mar 26, 2008 | PDAs

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Hello - amix x5

My wireless router is a Belkin Wireless G Router - 2.4 GHz 802 11g. I do not know what you mean by supporting the B network in my pda.

The wireless card we have is a Symbol for pocket pc/pda. Spectrum24 High Rate Wireless WiFi Networker 802.11b 11Mbps.

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I purchased a acer n30 in 2004 and never used it now i have come to use it i find the software is out of date how do i overcome this problem?

First you should decide what you'll be using the PDA for. Your Acer runs Windows Mobile 2003, which although a few years old now, is still capable of doing so many things. There are so many freeware sites available online that will allow you to load up your PDA with gigabytes of new software to keep you interested. Just buy yourself a larger media card to get started.
Here are a couple of sites to set you on your way:
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Imate jam PDA automatically switches off if not used for sometime

check your settings for "Power save" mode or sleep settings...else, look for a small pinhole to reset the device

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Hp ipaq hx4700

Hello uwood, The problem you have is related to the battery's nominal tension value. For the pda to light up the amber led dispaying that the battery is charging the tension value at the battery pins must be above 3.27Volts. If this is under that value the PDA's charging circuitry woun't power up and therefore the amber led woun't turn on. The battery you have bought is probably defective or not compatible with your pda model. If you are shure this is not the case or if the battery works with other pda's (if you have the possibility to check that), try a master reset at first and if this doesn't help try a firmware (ROM) update, you may find the ROM files on HP's site. For more informations please reply back.

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The Screen is back and it won't charge

Hello, it isn't that simple as a broken charger. Try the following thing. Connect battery to the PDA, check that the battery LID is connected FIRMLY to the body (there is a contact there that woun't allow the PDA to start if the lid isn't connected properly, you may want to check it too, look carefully for a small black thing and check that it can be pressed). Then connect the pda for half hour to the charger, even if no light or amber led is flashing. Then make a master reset as showed here and connect the PDA to a usb sync cable with your computer. Press simultaneous the soft reset and the power button, then press only the soft reset button. The PDA should start. If not, there is a problem with a DC converter component on the mainboard or the connector I was talking about before. Even if the charger is broken, your PDA should power on from USB cable. Good luck, feel free to ask further questions and always remember to rate replies received from this site :)

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Does anyone have e400 software for the pc?

On Toshiba site there you can find some drivers and updates but if you need “Windows Mobile 2003 OS” for your PDA you should contact Service partner in your country and I am sure that they can help you.

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just let me know where can i purchase the screen of 6315

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