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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
You can do it a number of ways, but complicated. If you dont mind spending $2.00 there is a very easy download I have known to be used and it's very easy from what I hear, but I have never used it, it's too cheap to not try. Here is the address I looked up, good luck!
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.
My Centro doesn't respond
("freeze") on incoming calls up to 10 times a day. The
"answer" button (on the screen) and green "send" button
(next to "phone") block and it is impossible to accept the incoming
calls. It is necessary to perform a soft reset to solve the problem temporary.
Even after hard reset the situation is the same. This is very
frustrating for a new device. Sometimes, frequent callibration of the screen
from the "Preferences" menue delays the freezing effect. AFAIK the
problem is software-related, considering the recovery after reset. Is there any update on the palm
support page / forums,
related to the problem? I couldn't find any. From time to time, there is
onother problem I experienced - from the contact menu it is difficult to dial the selected number. Sometimes it is
necessary to press“dial”several times
resulting in significant delay.