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Delll axim x30 screen remains dimmed even though fully charged

My dell axim X30´s battery went completely empty the other day cuz i forgot to charge it, the thing is once it was fully charged again, the screen remained dimmed as in lo batt mode, i have alreadychecked brightness and for some reason it remains dimmed, i cant see anything on the screen because it went so dim. I tried to reset it and the screen lights up normally at the beginning, it says DELL on a blue screen like it used to normally but then it goes dim again so i can barely see what's on the screen. HEL PME PLEASE !!! this is vital for me !!!

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Ok , you have checked the brightness settings, check battery power settings as well. you may have to do a hard reset so back up your info. If doing a hard reset, pull the battery and charge it on its own if you have a cradle. Hope this works for you

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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It sounds to me that your "original" battery, the one that causes the blinking when charging is completly drained dead, causing it to show an error by blinking the light.
I have one of these PDA's and have never had that problem, I also have a larger battery as well, and it works great. I suggest recycling the other battery, and possibly purchasing another larger one for back up,
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