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If you have hotsynced your Visor with a PC (or Mac), the first time you sync your Visor to that computer, it should restore all the data from the last hotsync to the PDA. This is one big reason that it makes sense to sync your PDA on a regular basis.
Unfortunately, if you never used the hotsync function for your Visor, you may not be able to recover any of your data. This model Handspring Visor requires good batteries or else everything in its memory will randomize and you will lose all stored information. There is a small capacitor in the Visor that provides enough reserve power for about 30-60 seconds when you pull out the batteries. It's for this reason that Palm recommended pulling out only one battery at a time when changing to a fresh set. That minimized the amount of time that the PDA would be without power. That same advice applies equally to Visor PDAs.
You will need to do a hard reset as follows: To perform a hard reset: 1. Hold down the power button on the front panel of the handheld. 2. While holding down the power button, use the reset tool (or similar object without a sharp tip) to gently press the reset button. 3. Release the power button. 4. When a message appears on the handheld screen warning that you are about to erase all the data stored on your handheld, do one of the following: Press the top scroll button on the front panel of your handheld to complete the hard reset and display the Digitizer screen. Press any other button to perform a soft reset. Note: With a hard reset, the current date and time are retained. Formats Preferences and other settings are restored to their factory default settings.
After performing the hard reset the OS will be just as it came out of the box when purchased.
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Put your bluetooth on your phone.. On the supertooth is a green button..press and hold to turn on for around 5 secs and watch for red and blue lights to flash..its pairing mode..now activate phone discoverable. .and pair..enjoy
with the phone's bluetooth active
press button to turn the seal device
press blue button on seal device
on phone, select pair new device
when the seal device is found, use code 0000 to pair the phone to the device..
next time you connect, turn on the phones bluetooth and the seal device. press blue button on seal device. it should automatically pair.
Your application is for an upgraded version of the Palm OS. Say you had a Palm OS version 2 or something. If you download an application for Palm OS 5, obviously it won't work because the application is for a later version. Make sense? To remedy this, you will have to delete the application and get one with a version that matches or is lower than your Palm's.
Congratulations on your 'first generation' Handspring Visor purchase. While perhaps 'old technology' in the techno world, I am still using mine today. To answer your question, your Visor is simply attempting to 'synch' with your desktop files (to ensure you have the correct data in both places. Your error stems from the fact that the unit is 'searching' for your desktop files to perform that handshake. Like an unanswered telephone; your Visor 'hangs up.' You will need to install the software on your PC. Yes, there is still software out there. ;-)