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every mobile and every computer has very common things.. one of that is (complimentary metal-oxide semiconductor )CMOS battery. it save ur basic settings even after ur cell phone is off. n in cell phone the main battery works as cmos battery.. thats why when you remove your battery all settings get stetted to default..
I too experience a similar issue with the wireless connection dropping. My wireless devices are within a 20-30 foot distance from the router and all of the devices loose conectivity so I know it's not just a specific device.
My WNR834M is running version 1.4.23NA. The logs file doesn't show anything except for one timestamp the last time it was reinitialized (a forced reboot).
The router's WiFi Channel is set for AUTO and is currectly using Channel 1 (found under Maintenance
if you power off your phone and hold the home (shaped like a house) and
the end (red hangup button) for about 20 seconds you get a triangle
with an exclamation point and a picture of the G1.
Home+Back reboot system now - (Soft Reboot) Alt+L - Toggle log text display - (Toggles between the exclamation and menu options) Alt+S - apply sdcard:update.zip - (Not brave enough yet) Alt+W - Wipe data/factory reset - (What I chose, had to re-register, out of the box settings)