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Maybe you should give it back to the person it was stolen from! Interesting how easy these "experts" make it for thieves! It would be nice if someone was watching who was making posts like these, they might find my last Palm Centro, and quite a few others I'm sure!
try clearing up your web history, sms, or unwanted software....on the browser, click on blazer top left corner, click on history and clear all..tested if it doesnt work back up your phone and perform a master reset
A hard reset will unlock the Palm Centro But it will ERASE ALL of your data. If you choose to do a hard reset, the following procedure will work:
• Remove the battery cover on the back of the Palm Centro • Remove the battery for a few minutes • Press the power button when Reinserting the battery • Release the power button after the Palm logo displays on the screen * The hard reset erases all your data ! (Run a hotsync to retore the data) *
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This happened to my palm centro and i fixed it myself. :) Maybe it will work for you. What i did was take out the battery and so the phone is completely off.. then take a tooth brush with rubbing alchohol on it and scrubbed the bottom part of it that the hotsync cord goes into.. I thought this may just mess up my phone more but i plugged it back into the power cord, turned it on and it worked just fine!! Seriously, try this out. It brought me so much relief!! And chances are you either got some **** stuck up inside there, or you got the botton part wet. Hope i helped!!
My phone did this today....i look up answers and saw yours..i later called my phone from my home phone and it seems to be working fine as of now, don't have that popping up every minute...once open you will be able to delete the hot sync application. I didn't delete mine yet, I was going to wait it out and see if it starts again. Hope I helped.
I hate to sound obvious but have you checked the volume setting? Took me a few days to realize they were there - I almost never read the manual. :) The two volume keys are on the left of the phone as you look at the screen. Hope this helps.
The phone and OS in a palm device are, for the most part, separate devices. If your calls and your device are both messing up the problem is almost certainly hardware. Since this pretty much rules out software installs, reloads, or flash updates as a possible solution, your only choice would be to save yourself a lot of time and aggravation and return or replace the phone.
It sounds like the email application is corrupted or the conduit settings configured wrong. Both of these can be fixed by removing the mail app from the device completely and reinstalling it using hotsync.