You have probably disloged the wireless module from the internals of the Treo. **KEEP IN MIND IF YOU DO THIS, YOU WILL VOID THE WARRANTY, if there is one** If you are out of warranty anyway, you can try to re-seat the wireless module by removing the screws with a T5 Torx head screwdriver, then removing the back plate and re-seating the module.
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Sorry, no solution - just some added info. I have the same problem with a Palm Centro. Changed sim card (O2) but no improvement. Palm eventually replaced Centro, but fault persists. Anyone with similar problems / solutions?
Have you activated phone yet? When phone is activated and in service it flashes green. It's hard to believe it would flash green without a SIM card, as there is no service...unless AT&T is providing emergency service only and you're getting a flashing green which means you're in range of their towers.
if your ESN is cleared for activation then you can just call customer service and and the they can do it while you are on the phone with them. If the ESN isn't clear take your phone into your service providers store/
The 650 seems to have a delicate headphone/mic jack. Dropping the phone, even gently, seems mess up that jack. I returned my first treo 650 as defective, and got a new one. The same thing happened to my new 650 after I simply compressed the phone in my breast coat pocket by holding my mail against my chest.
I can't get a new one because the replacement treo comes with no warranty of any kind. :(
My advice would be to find a PDA/phone repair service to repair the jack or diagnose the problem if it turns out not to be the jack.