First thing connect your phone to AC power (electricity) then see if the charging indecator is red or orange or green , then try to start your device if it's not working the problem is hardware and go to a pepairmant workshop , if the indecator doesn't work and there is no light try to change the battery with a new one and then do the stpes agian
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This was successfully acheived by opening Windows Mobile Device Center first from the Start Menu, then connecting the smart phone while the WMDC was still open. All the previous attempts I was expecting WMDC to open automatically when I connected the JasJam.
Hi. You can hard reset your device by pressing the left and right upper softkeys at the same time, and while pressing them press the reset hole with the stylus. Don't forget to get a backup of all your data since a hard reset will erase your data. Hope this helps.
ok first try this if it works ok if not then inform me.
press the 2 softkeys togather ( softkeys is up on OK right side + and up on windows key left side ) then thread something into down side u can find a hole. the device will restart and give you options for reset the hard.
I downloaded a great program called CCleaner and it helped clean old dead and unwanted programs from my PC. It is free and it is brilliant as my PC runs like a dream. It is a pity however that i-mate cant offer the same. I am on my 6th JasJam phone and I still have enorous problems with active sync. it appears there is a problem between active sync and WM5. I am in the process of writing to Telstra to demand a same type and features replacement of the i-mate lemon. second letter to consumer affairs. third letter to i-mate, and final letter to Today Tonight current affairs tv. My suggestion with phone Complain Loudly. Good Luck and Regards Mr.Coffee
There are many possibilities. This forum has got a lot of info on HTC phones and Jasjam is made by HTC. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=303872 Hope it helps and sorry I can not be more specific as the issue is hardware related but to pinpoint the fault I need to have the phone on my workbench .