My device seem to freeze more when i connect to the internet and try to download something. The only way I can get it going is by removing the battery and put it back.
Is there a way to prevent it from freezing?
Is the a way to restart it without having to remove the battery?
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it is a software problem it seems like just hard reset ur device like this if it doesnt help then pls update ur System Rom from www.nokia.com
downlaod the software update utility from nokia and then connect the in ternet and update ur ROM thru cable supplied with phone u will get all software for backup and drivers from the nokia website
pls first hard reset like this if it helps PLS RATE ME FIXYA for help ! Master reset 1) *#7370#, then enter 12345 (This is the default security code unless the user has changed
it) and then Yes. The phone then wipes all apps and phonebook contacts
on the internal memory.
if it doesnt work then try this to hard reset
switching off the phone then press and hold Call key (Green key) + * key + 3 key + power button for a couple of seconds
pls let me know of the results and do rsate me well if i helped u
It could be related to DNS, in which case you will need to address your network settings, but on a Palm it is more likely a memory/ software issue. Try using something like AvantGo which caches pages locally to make sure that the device has the memory and capability to actually use the pages your trying to load. Then diagnose whatever browser your using possibly reinstalling it.
No, PC internet connection is not shared with N800. The only way to connect to the internet without a wifi signal is to pair your N800 with your cellphone (if it's GPRS and bluetooth capable) and share the GPRS connection. You can do it with the connection manager of your N800
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Have you tried a hard reset. Hold down the two soft key (above the Mail and Internet Explorer button) and use the stylus to hold down the "Soft Reset" recessed button near the USB charger.
You are going to loose all your data, make sure you back it up first.
Connect to the internet automatically - the phone is connection manager aware. Go to the Start Menu->Settings->Connections Tab->Connections->Advanced Tab->Select Networks-> and select "My Work Network" for both connections so the phone cannot connect to the internet.
These days they arent making the moguls anymore, and many of them have been reported as having problems. With that said, i was able to bring my phone in to a service store and they were able to order a new one for me free, but since they arent making moguls, they'll actually give you a TOUCH PRO!! much better phone in my opinion. They asked me if i had insurance, i do, but i hope that doesnt affect any of you. moguls ****...=(