Could you inform us which treo do you use? If you use Treo 650 or newer, than you could buy desktop charger beside ordinary palm charger. But if you use Treo 600 there's no alternative than buy the ordinary palm charger. It's easy to get this accessories on the net, you could try MyTreo.net or TreoCentral.com
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Performing a hard reset on a Treo 650will erase everything on the smartphone. Most people do this because of
trouble with the Treo 650's software. There are several key stages to
performing a hard reset. Follow these steps to learn how to do it
HotSync the Treo 650 to your computer to ensure that you have
all of your information backed up. You will lose everything on your
Treo 650 with a hard reset.
and hold down the red phone key on the right side of the Treo 650
keyboard until the Palm screen appears. This will begin the hard reset.
Let go of the red phone button when you see the Palm screen.
the screen prompt carefully. It will ask you to press the up arrow key
to proceed with the hard reset or the down arrow key to abort. Press
the up arrow to continue with the hard reset.
for the phone to reboot. When it comes back on, it will ask you to
select a language and walk you through the same introductory screens
you saw when you first got the phone.
your Treo 650 to your computer. When prompted, select your old username
to restore all of your contacts and information. This should complete
the hard reset process.
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.
Verizon 700wx:I had the same problem. With little or no movement, the phone would go from charging to not over and over. At home with it perfectly still it would charge maybe 1/4 in 6 hours. Same problem with 3 different chargers. With the battery out, I dipped a Q-tip in rubbing alcohol squeeze out excess and jammed it into the charging port on the phone. Put the battery back in and oh **** nothing. Took it back out and let it dry for a few minutes and were back in business. No more charging problems at all.
May be a little risky, but warranty was up and what did I have to lose. Anyway good luck!
It may be past the point of turning on. If this is the case, if you connect it through the USB cable to your computer for a little while, it can get a small charge.
devices have the ability to "trickle charge" from a USB port on a PC or
Mac. This means that it receives a very small amount of charging from
the USB port, even if it is not connected to its AC charger. If your
device is capable of this function, the charging time will be
significantly longer for a trickle charge (depending on the power
rating of the PC USB port). However, the device may not charge at all
on an unpowered USB hub (or for example off off a keyboard).
If you can then power it on afterwards, connect it to the regular power charger.