Question about Palm Tungsten E Handheld
The only way I can get the Pda to power up at all is to tickle the power button and gently push the reset on the back at the same time. After some trial and error I can get the "Palm Powered" screen and occasionly the screen offering the choice between hard and soft resets. None of the buttons activates either reset and the only way I can do anything at that point is touch the reset button and go back to the "Palm Powered " screen or screen goes completely blank. Repeating the process only produces the same result. Battery seems strong because "Palm Powered" screen will stay up a long time. I am going to leave it on until screen goes blank because battery is completely dead, recharge and see if that resets operating system.PDA seems to be completely frozen. This did not happen all of a sudden. It started to malfunction and got progressivly worse over 2 or 3 days. Any suggestions would be welcome.
I had the same issue. What you need to do is to hold the power on/off button than press the reset button. The screen turns off (get black) than the will ask you to make a hard reset (which end up deleting all datas). The Palm will power on like the first time you turned it on after you bought it. Than depending which version you have it will possible ask you which language you will like to have as default. After selecting you neet to setup the rest. If this is done you sync it all data will come back :-)
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
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