On my Dash, when I synch, I want the dash to be master, not PC
I want the Dash to be the master. Not the PC. I use the calender and contacts on the Dash only, so I don't want to have the two just synch up. I want the Dash's calender to be the same as the pc's calender. I don't want the calender info on the PC synch to be added to the Dash. If I cancel or change a calender item or contact, the Dash will be the master record. Seems like calender items are getting duplicated. Ex: Change in day for an event. Synch and I have both records....
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Unfortunatley you will have to perform a factory reset. As long as you have a google account synched to your device, contacts, camera, calender, etc. will be re-synched to the device after you run the initial setup again as long as you sign in with the same google account. any apps that you have paid for you can get back after the reset.
Frequently, this happens do to a problem with your contacts or calender. It's a problem with syncing those items with your Google account or PC. If the problem is with one of these, you should try to manually synch the calender and contacts. (Go to Settings > Accounts & Sync > (Go to Gmail account). You'll see the option to sync the Calender, Contacts and Gmail. Select each one to manually attempt to sync the files. Determine which item is providing the error; you will need to clear the data from the problem application. (Note: back up your contacts first. Use the People > Menu > Import/Export > Export to SD card option if you can.)
Next un-check the sync option for the problem app (calender or contacts) under the Google Account > Accounts. Then go to Settings > Apps > Manage Apps > All and clear the data and cache for the problem app. (The contacts may be under the Running list.) Then re-enable the sync feature. If the calender is causing the error, you may need to erase and re-create your recurring item.
For some scrolling down to the Google Frameworks service in the Manage App > Downloads (or Running) menu then clearing that data. Then chose the "force stop" works to fix the problem. (However, this can put your cell phone into a factory reset state and may cause other problems.)
You will need to turn the cell phone off and back on before re-enabling the sync.
It's possible the xbox 360 controller isn't connected to the xbox 360. Turn the xbox 360 on by pressing the power button, and wait until it reaches the dash board. Then press the controller syncing button on the xbox 360 itself and wait until the xbox 360's ring lights start to spin around. Then press and hold the synch button on the controller (located near the charge port) and the controller should synch up with the xbox 360.
Then is it pretty simple, in that if you start with both carbs lifting the bubble the same height at idle, and the linkage opens both butterflys at the same rate, (no slop in one linkage), then they will also be in synch at top end.
But with motor cycles you usually have variable venturi carbs, with a floating dashpot, that already acts like a vacuum carb synch. If the dash post is the same height on both carbs, they are in synch as well.
First, try a battery pull. For about 30-40 seconds. Re-boot the phone. Try to get back into the calender. Try a soft reset code:
Soft Reset: *#7780#, 12345 and then Yes If the error message continues, do a master reset. This will bring the phone back to it's original status from when you got it out the box. (ex. wall paper, ringtones, themes, etc...). Full Reset: (clears everything off the phone memory!! Be sure to back up your contacts!!): *#7370#, 12345 and then Yes! The screen may go out, and come back to it's orig. screen. Then, re-try the calender. Youl'll be golden!
Here are two resource pages which hopefully will help. The first is Palm support page with an update to download for users of Outlook 2003. The second is a discussion thread of Treo users troubleshooting the same problem. Even if the PDA is different, the issue (and error code) is practically the same, Rather than cut and paste what I think is relevant, read the thread and see if one of the solutions listed helps you.
You can transfer your contact list, but not your calender. Here are the steps to take to successfully transfer your contact list from outlook 2000 to the iPhone:
1. In Outlook, export your contact list as a Comma Separated Values (Windows) file 2. In windows accessories, launch Address Book 3. Import into Windows Address Book the file you created in step one 4. Now back in iTunes, sync your iPhone contact list with Windows Address Book
You contacts should come over intact.
Sorry, but there is no solution that I know of to import Calendar events.