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The manual is available here on Fixya for your handheld. I'm including a link to the page that discusses the on-screen keyboard, but once there you can flip back and forth through the rest of the manual at need. Hope it helps!
You can set your pen drag function to adjust the brightness.
Click the drop down menu on the top right of your screen, then click "system", then "prefs", then click the button at the bottom of the screen that says "pen". Next, click the drop down menu beside the little icon that looks like your clie. Click that and select "brightness". Now, when you drag your stylus from the bottom to the top of the screen, a little slider bar will appear to adjust the brightness.
You can perform full reset after backup your data. Full reset or Hard reset can be done by holding reset and power button together and releasing it after 10 seconds. It will come up with confirmation to erase all data to set it to factory default. Once you choose "Yes" it will be out of box state. It might fix the issue. For Memory card data loss you can use your PC to retrieve back by using application such as Active Undelete which can be found at www.active-undelete.com
I'm in the process of changing from SJ22 to Smartphone running Windows Mobile 6.1 and I have found a way round this by sending data as vcard to myself in outlook then opening the attachment and saving and closing - this is then sent to your device on the next sync. It is a bit long winded but it works.
Open Outlook and leave it open. In Palm, select the address you want to send, then in EDIT menu choose Forward as vcard, send and close the outlook pop up, saving changes. Go to Outlook Inbox and open the attachment then save and close.
Have you tried resetting the unit? There's a little button on the back that you can press in with a paper clip. That'll cause the unit to reset (you won't lose data) and then you might be good for charging.
difficult to say, on some tis the mylar printed circuit cable goes bad. on some its the ccd imager, best thing to do would be to buy a new camera module for it and install, not a difficult procedure. but involved and the device is very static sensitive, so you should have full esd pro and a true earth ground. i can do this repair myself as i operate an ebay based pda refurb. tpsceo@gmail if youre interested, i might be able to scare up a camera module to sell, have to check my inventory....