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Re: Palm - Reset Button
No reset id only for soft reset and see whenever u loose data by some action the pda always ask u and warn u for that reset simply means a softt reset thru a button that is in hole , but hard reset there is a different procedure for that it will erase all data and refresh ur device
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Yes it can. Hold the power button down and use the stylus to push in the reset button on the back of the TX. Keep holding the power button down till you see the screen powering up. Then let the power button go, you should see a menu asking if you want to reset the unit. select yes (qui). then it will clear all the data and password off.
Then download the latest Palm Desktop Manager and the Hotsync from this site:
try turning it on while its on the charger .. if that works then you might need a new battery .. if it doesnt then do a "reset" ... unscrew the top off the stylus and use it to push the reset button on the back (top center) ... if that doesnt get it going then you can do a hard reset but that will erase all your information (like telephone numbers and such) ... you do a hard reset by holding down the on/off button while pushing the reset .. if it works on the charger but quits when on battery then you need a new battery ..
Had the same problem. You will have to hard reset - in doing so you will lose all data on your device. Sorry I know no other way.
Step 1: Charge your device overnight. Step 2: While holding down the reset button (back of unit) hold the power button down. Release the reset and wait for the Palm screen to appear. When it does, release the power. Press the "up" button when prompted for full restore.
You should now be working. Word of warning: I continue to have problems with HotSynch. The version recommended by Palm (v. 4.1.4) locks up my system, as if it is emulating another device (no buttons work, screen wonky, etc.).
Just had to do a hard reset myself and it's not straight forward! While holding down the power button, BRIEFLY press the reset button on the back of the palm. DO NOT RELEASE the POWER button until you see the GRAY screen with the Palm logo (not the first screen with the palm logo). That should start the hard reset for you.