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Keys on my MC9090-G produce wrong keys.

I have 2 MC9090-G 2nd Hand that I acquired recently(53 key). in both scanners when I press keyboard I get the wrong output. I've tried cold booting, is there anything else I can do ? Thanks.

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Maybe you need to Clean it with alcohol.

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See this article for fixes of a malfunctioning keypad
https://www.bctp.com/motorolasymbol-mc9090-keypad-not-working

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SOURCE: When I press the keys on my MC9090 they give the wrong output.

The Motorola MC9090 can have different keypads attached. If you do change the keypad for any reason for example go from a 53 key to 43 key layout the terminals must be cold booted.


To cold boot an MC9090 running Windows Mobile 5. Partially remove the battery, hold down the On/Off button, the trigger and reinsert the battery. When the orange light on the keyboard flashes release the on/off button and the trigger.

If the on/off button or trigger is held down longer than required this occasionally causes the terminal to get caught in a warm boot cycle

If the device is still not giving the correct key output it may have a faulty keypad.


If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:-


helpdesk@biastechnology.com or TEL +44(0)1202 620955

http://www.biastechnology.com/

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SOURCE: Re-set key on the Motorolla MC9090 RF Scanner

Take out the battery, press and hold the power button and trigger for 30 sec and push back the battery the release the buttons.

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