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One of our MC9090-GJ0JBEGA2WR devices is not switching on now. Before that situation it was without battery about an hour. What can be a reason of it? (When it is in cradle the LED of the device is shining)

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Try a forced cold boot -- hold down thepower button for about 30 seconds. If it doesn't work, you have lost your application. You will probably have to reload the software. The intenal battery (it's actualy a capacitor) will only hold internal memory for about 15 minutes without the battery in the device -- after that anything in RAM memory is gone. Contact your hardware vendor

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The Motorola MC9090 can have different keypads attached. If you do change the keypad for any reason for example go from a 53 key to 43 key layout the terminals must be cold booted.


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If the on/off button or trigger is held down longer than required this occasionally causes the terminal to get caught in a warm boot cycle

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This is an old post but I'll give my solution anyway!

I anticipate that you're not exporting the connections:
Open the Wireless Menu icon on the task bar (Close "Manage Profiles" if it is open, select "options".

Select from the drop down "Regulatory" and select your country of operation (e.g USA), de-select "Enable 802.11 d", click Save.

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Hello george parce. You're details are perfect and I can help you here. The reason your settings aren't returning after a reboot is due to the backup battery. I'll spare you the technical details (but if you'd like them, just send me a message or email and I'll happily provide) and get straight to solutions. The backup battery gets it's power from the main battery and also charges thusly. Realize that it usually takes a whopping 15 hours to fully charge this backup battery. I recommend to all my clients having this problem that they leave the unit in it's cradle with the main battery in overnight or a little longer. This will at least get a good charge in the backup battery, if not charge it fully. If the problem persists, I recommend you contact Motorola/Symbol or the vendor you purchased it from about warranty/repair for the backup battery. I hope this helps and at the very least have helped you isolate the issue. Good luck!

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A - From the Windows Mobile user interface:

1. Tap Start (the Windows Logo), then Settings.
2. Tap the System tab.
3. Tap the Power icon.
4. Tap the Advanced tab.

You can change the number of minutes before power is turned off when on battery and when on external power from there. You can also uncheck the "Turn off device if not used for" check box to disable the timeout entirely.


B - From the registry (useful for deploying the setting as a .reg file to the device, in case you have many MC9090 guns you are supporting or you are wanting to set it to a value the user interface does not support):

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts]
"BattSuspendTimeout"=dword:00000000
"ACSuspendTimeout"=dword:00000000

The above values are in hex and represent the number of seconds before timing out when on battery or AC power. For example, to set the BattSuspendTimeout to 180 seconds, you would set it to dword:000000B4. To disable it entirely (the equivalent of unchecking the checkbox in the user interface), set the value to 0.

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www.radicomm.com

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I know it may be a little late now since you're question was a couple months ago, but I have had this problem with some 9090's before too where a warm boot (holding the power button down) will not bring them up, but a cold boot always does (unless of course it truly is defective - that's not usually the case though).

To do a cold boot, pop the battery out part of the way until it "catches" (you'll know what I mean if you have an MC9090 and try it). Then hold down the trigger and the power button simultaneously while pushing in the battery all the way. Once the battery has been pushed in, release the power button and the trigger.

This should cause the MC9090 to boot up fine. Make sure you release the trigger after doing the steps above. Sometimes people don't do that, and this causes the MC9090 to go into an infinite warm boot where it just continuously reboots over and over. The only way to get out of it is to cold boot again, but this time release the trigger in time.

Thanks,

Brad Radaker
Radicomm (makers of QuickTalk - push-to-talk over WLAN for the MC9090)
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