Re: getting a red, green, and blue screen when trying to...
Instead of holding the "camera button and power button"... hold the home button and power button and when the image comes up hit "alt + w" this will wipe your fone and go back to factory settings with out having to put your phone back to rc29 (us) or rc7 (uk)
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First, if you haven't already tried it, please remove and re-insert the battery.<br /><br /><b>The following method erases all data from the handset's memory, and sets it back to original factory settings. It does not erase the
sim card or the memory card. </b><br /><br />There are two ways to perform a Factory Data Reset, also known as a master reset or hard reset. Since we cannot boot into the device, we will perform a hard reset:<br />
<li>The device must be powered OFF to perform this reset.<br /><b>Note: </b>If the device is not responsive and does not turn off, remove the battery and re-insert it. </li>
<li>Press and hold the <b>Home</b> button (picture of a house on it) and the <b>Power</b> button (the red hang-up button) at the same time.</li>
<li>Keep holding <b>Home </b>and <b>Power </b>together for at least 25 seconds, even if the "Startup" screen appears.</li>
<li>Release the keys when you see a black screen with a warning sign.<br /></li>
<li>Slide the keyboard open.</li>
<li>As a shortcut, press <b>ALT+W</b> to factory reset the device. If this does not work, continue with the below steps.</li>
<li>Press <b>ALT+L</b>.<br /></li>
<li>Press <b>Alt+W</b> for 'wipe data/factory reset'.</li>
<li>Press the <b>Home</b> + <b>Back</b> key.<br /></li></ol>
Hard reset or Factory reset will restore the phone back to its factory settings; the way it was when it was first bought or the way it was when it left the factory. Note that this will erased the entire phone's memory (NOT memory card) and settings to the way it was when it was first bought.
How to hard reset or factory reset T-Mobile G1 phone:
Switch off your G1. *If it won't your phone won't switch off, take out the battery and reinsert it after a few seconds.
Now press the 'Power' key and 'Home' key at the same time and hold it for 20-25 seconds.
Then you will see on your screen a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark in the middle.
After that, press 'Alt+L' key on the QWERTY keyboard (to clean the phone completely).
Next, press 'Alt+W' key (to factory reset it)
Again, press and hold 'Power' key and 'Back' key at the same time for 20-25 seconds.
when battery is installed the screen shows 4 even space bars...the top
one red, then green, blue and white with the word "bootload v 0.24" in
the red bar and "SD" in the green bar and its frozen there. I've tried
soft reset, system reset, and hard reset...nothing works.
Couple of things you can try to fix the issue, firstly try a hard reset
To perform a hard reset, use the stylus while pressing into the reset hole, press the power on/off button at the same time. Screen will prompt you to press the Green call and Red end call button together to confirm on hard resetting the device. *Note: Hard resetting the device will cause the device to be reset back to its original factory default settings and all data will be lost
Try that and if it doesnt resolve the issue then we can try another solution
In short If the reds show as red, The greens show as green & Blue shows as blue. I would say thats as good as it can project. It's hard to judge color without seeing it for ones self but usually DLP projectors that use a colorwheel do not have perfect color.