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"Erase all content" means all of YOUR content, including all applications you have downloaded and all the data for those applications and all the data for Apple applications (i.e. Mail, Photos, Calendar, Safari, etc.) will not be completely removed from the device, they still remain on your iPhone and can be easily recovered by some iPhone data recovery.
You can perform full reset after backup your data. Full reset or Hard reset can be done by holding reset and power button together and releasing it after 10 seconds. It will come up with confirmation to erase all data to set it to factory default. Once you choose "Yes" it will be out of box state. It might fix the issue. For Memory card data loss you can use your PC to retrieve back by using application such as Active Undelete which can be found at www.active-undelete.com
Hey dude. You don't even have a built-in browser in that handheld. What use can it be of even if you can get wifi to work on it? In addition, this thing has a CPU clock speed as fast as a 80486 Intel desktop CPU, even if you can browse the internet, it will take forever to finish loading a page. Oh, do you know that it only has 16MB internal memory for everything? If you want to check email, use outlook or palm desktop to receive them and sync it to your Clie. This is the closest you can get to the internet with this handheld. Goog luck and don't forget to amaze me by posting a real solution up if you can find anything, I mean anything, better than what I just said.
I'm in the process of changing from SJ22 to Smartphone running Windows Mobile 6.1 and I have found a way round this by sending data as vcard to myself in outlook then opening the attachment and saving and closing - this is then sent to your device on the next sync. It is a bit long winded but it works.
Open Outlook and leave it open. In Palm, select the address you want to send, then in EDIT menu choose Forward as vcard, send and close the outlook pop up, saving changes. Go to Outlook Inbox and open the attachment then save and close.
Have you tried resetting the unit? There's a little button on the back that you can press in with a paper clip. That'll cause the unit to reset (you won't lose data) and then you might be good for charging.
Are you trying to use two different PDAs with the same PalmDesktop? That will be a problem. I switched from Palm to Clie and back to Palm, and their drivers are NOT compatible - even though they are basically the same software. Stupid, I know.
At least now I can have two different Palm Desktops - one for my Clie and one for my T3. It's working for me right now. I would make backup files of everything before you load the new Desktop. You could lose all your data/programs if you don't. I learned that the first time.