Question about HP iPAQ HX2490 Pocket PC
New 2495 with fresh charge (to 100%) will be completely dry the next day with no usage in between. I have seen postings that suggest that the device turns itself on at random times and runs down, but no solutions posted, and anyway, what would run it down in 6 - 8 hours? Is it watching movies or playing mpgs? There are none loaded. I hate to purchase a new battery if there could be some simplier solution. Thanks, Tom Skinner, email@example.com
I know this is an older thread, but my 2495 was doing the same! I found out that it was my Outlook that was causing the problem. It was set to check for new email every 1 minute, and it appears to have been turning itself on over night to do this check (every minute!!). I disabled this feature and did a soft reset and volia! I did turn it back on to test this fix, and sure enough it kept turning itself back on! Did the fix again and it works fine!
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
This is a well documented problem with the PDA's running WM5. It seems to be an ActiveSync problem. Please check out these links for detailed instructions on how to solve the problem.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
1- clean teh battery connector teh gold colour ones 2-clean the connectors which touch teh battery but built in set 3-youhave to chnage battery if this not work
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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