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Demo mode is on and wont let me do anything
Posted by Anonymous on
I found the answer at last. Despite instructions to fiddle around with the reset button and arcane combinations of buttons to press on start up, in my PRS-T2 the demo mode is controlled by a check box in the settings menu.
Touch "Applications" > "Settings" > "System Settings" >"Demo Mode" (turn the check box off) and you are done.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my sony ereader prs-650 is
Reader used a special type of display; the LCD can retain an image without
having power. It takes power while changing the pages. In most of the cases, if
the power is fully discharged, the LCD will keep the last image that was
displayed it makes an impression that the Reader is frozen. However, the Actual
thing is, the screen retains the last image on the screen and there is no power
to change the pages. These type of situations can be resolved by charging the
Each step in my solution is a possible resolution. Hence I suggest that you perform each step and check the operation.
Charge the battery fully by connecting to a computer or by using a compatible AC Adaptor. It may take a few minutes (up to 15 minutes) to display the charging symbol if the Reader is fully drained in its last use.
Once the reader is charged fully (at least 45 minutes), slide the power button to turn ON.
Perform a soft reset. We can perform a soft reset by pressing the reset button on the Reader.
After the RESET button has been pressed, slide the POWER switch to activate the Reader device again. If the Indicator light next to the power button on the Reader device is yellow, the unit is attempting to start up. If this is the case, allow it a few moments to complete startup.
If the Reader is still not charging up properly, connect the Reader to computer or AC Adaptor and then press the reset button.
Disconnect the Reader device from the computer (if applicable) and then slide the POWER switch to activate the Reader device. Check if the Indicator light next to the power switch on the Reader device is yellow (indicating it is turning on) and if the unit is responding
If the unit is still frozen, connect it again to the computer or AC adapter and while connected, check if the Indicator light next to the power switch on the Reader device is red . If this light is red , allow the Reader device to charge for one hour so there is sufficient charge for troubleshooting.
If the issue persists, perform a hard reset to resolve the issue. Please follow the steps to perform a hard reset:
Under certain circumstances, moisture condensation can occur. Moisture condensation can be caused by moving the Reader device between temperature extremes or if the Reader device has come in direct contact with moisture. If you suspect moisture as the cause, allow the Reader device to sit for a few hours before attempting to turn it back on
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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