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First, make sure you backup all of your data, including data in any 3rd party apps.
Sync your first Palm Centro with the Palm Desktop software to save the data.
Verify the sync settings in the Palm Desktop software to make sure when you begin syncing with the new Palm Centro, the settings for each application (contacts, calendar, memos, etc.) are one-way sync to the device, or you might end up overwriting the data in your Palm Desktop software with what's on the new Palm Centro.
When you sync your new Palm Centro with the desktop software the first time it will ask you to name the new device. If you give it the same name as the old Palm Centro, all of the data will sync to your new Palm Centro.
Search your computer for a folder with the name "Palm" in it to try and locate the name of your old Palm Centro, so you can name the new Palm Centro the same. When you locate that folder on your computer, it would be a good idea to simply make a copy of that folder as a total backup.
You may want to try a hard reset. Keep in mind you will lose all data in your phone. These steps restore the phone to factory settings
1. Remove the battery from the rear of the unit.
2. Hold down the power button while reinserting the battery.
3. When the Palm logo appears, release the power button.
4. Press the Up button to complete the hard reset and erase all data on the Centro.
Every operator has its parametre for recieving data or GPRS and 3G (UMTS).Your phone is configured for airtel but if you want to use others their parameters must be entered separately and set as defaul correct one when changing SIM. To find parameters wisit other operators pages, there may be special numbers where you can call and recieve data messages containing parameters and simply save or find instructions how to manually enter them. Also you must activate WAP/GPRS function in every opearator and it winn need aditional charge.
My Centro doesn't respond
("freeze") on incoming calls up to 10 times a day. The
"answer" button (on the screen) and green "send" button
(next to "phone") block and it is impossible to accept the incoming
calls. It is necessary to perform a soft reset to solve the problem temporary.
Even after hard reset the situation is the same. This is very
frustrating for a new device. Sometimes, frequent callibration of the screen
from the "Preferences" menue delays the freezing effect. AFAIK the
problem is software-related, considering the recovery after reset. Is there any update on the palm
support page / forums,
related to the problem? I couldn't find any. From time to time, there is
onother problem I experienced - from the contact menu it is difficult to dial the selected number. Sometimes it is
necessary to press“dial”several times
resulting in significant delay.