A hard reset could fix the problem. Turn off the phone by removing the battery. Insert the battery and turn on the phone while pressing the up arrow of the scroll wheel. You will be prompted to reset the phone. This will erase all of your data (photos, videos etc). Select yes and hopefully the hard reset will default everything back to factory settings.
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I have had some phones, such as S60 and S80. very easy to cope with the problem when an error occurs in the system or fail booting. I mean here such as: Ctrl+Shift+F+Power button on S80 or Shift+3+Call button+Power button on S60. (make sure the device is off). So, whether there are ways like this in the SE Java? Especially on SE UIQ?
After a Master reset your phone might sometimes freeze. If your phone freezes displaying a SEMC logo or a charging message:
Open the back cover and remove the battery for about 10 seconds.
Insert the battery again, and replace the back cover.
When you see the first screen (the orange one) hold the UP button as the bar moves across the bottom of the screen. Let go right before the screen goes to the silver logo. If it continues and opens Prefs, then you need to delete the program causing it to reboot.
If that doesn't work, do a Hard Reset. A Hard Reset will erase everything on your Treo, so only do it if you have to. Google how to do it, and it's reset.
hard reset the phone, try; If you cannot run program to
hard reset form "Expert" folder. Turn off your phone, then press both
*SOFT KEYS* and *POWER ON* device. After moment release both soft keys.
On the black screen asking for confirmation press *GREEN PHONE BUTTON*
and wait couple minutes for phone to initialize.
Unfortunately, if you can't solve this problem with the other fixes, you will need to completely reset your phone. You will lose all of your self-installed applications, contacts, SMS messages, or anything else unless it is on an SD card or a copy on the web such as webmail/calendar data. Hopefully you backed up your phone somehow.
RESET THE PHONE AS IF IT CAME STRAIGHT OUT OF THE BOX:
Power down the phone any way you can. ON/OFF button or removing the battery.
With battery back in place, phone off and all prayers completed for the data about to be sent to heaven, hold down the UP portion on the navigation wheel (the wheel in the center of the phone with the clicky center button) and while still holding this button down, press the power button on the top right of your phone (you will have to press it for more than a second as you probably already know.)
You will get this scary looking black screen with colored text asking for confirmation of the reset. You can chicken out and abort by pressing any of the number keys.
Will it just not boot up all the way but just stops?
If so try the procedure at this link: T-mobile Dash Master Reset
If this doesn’t work then proceed to the following guide below.
The Windows Mobile installation may be corrupted.
The only way to fix that problem is by re-installing the windows software on the phone.
to hard reset the htc s 710....................
1) switch off the phone first,
2) again switch it on....and as soon as the green led starts blinking (indication of phone coming to life) immedietly press and hold both the soft keys at a time, and follow the instruction given on u r phone screen. :)
I ran into the same exact issue. Here is a simple fix:
With the phone off, hold UP on the center D-pad and then power on. It tells you to press 1 to reformat and reboot, or press any other key to skip. Note that this process will erase all files (contacts, 3rd party applications, calendar entries, pictures, videos, etc.) and settings on your Blackjack and make it as fresh as the day you bought it. The hard reset fixed the problem in about 30 seconds.
If you talk to ATT person, they will simply ask you to get a new phone. I had debated getting a new phone but finally searching on the web helped find another person who had the exact same issue and mentioned it. So I thought I would share with others. Good luck.
Just some suggestions. I have had my Q9m since September 07. If you reboot the phone nightly (take battery out put back) and allow to boot up again it help by resetting the RAM. Also under System Tools>Task Manager>Menu>Kill All - it seems that every program you use on the Q it keeps running which causes the Q to slow down and freeze. I know doing these things can be a pain however my Q has been running with zero issues since September. I also have the origional Q in black for over 16 months and I wouldnt trade either phone for anything on the market currently. As far as the screen sticking on the Verizon Logo...try taking battery out, power on and as soon as logo appears pull battery out quick and replace...you may need to do this a few times but it will bypass what ever is causing this boot up error. Windows Mobile 6 certainly isnt perfect. Hope these suggestions help.