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Memory Full A warning now flashes up on my pda stating that the menory is critical and then freezes which means i cant link it with the PC to remove files. Ive tried to take pics etc off the memory card but I believe that its the files stored on the actual device thats causing problems

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Re: Memory Full

If it's freezing before it synchronizes then you must perform a hard reset, that's the only way to solve it. Press the two action buttons and hold them and do a reset with the stylus to format your phone.
Do not store many files opn the device memorey, use the SD card instead.

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This is my 1st posting on this forum although I've done a lot of reading regarding the battery cover I think this is the correct solution.

To everyone that's having problems with the back plate battery cover warning messages or problems not booting up on your Dell PDA, I think I've found the answer, I have 2 Dell's PDA's, 1 a X51v & the other a X50v, I was having problems with both of them (1 had battery cover warning messages & the other had a screen freezing) so I stripped the 2 of them down when I had both rear shells together I noticed that the small piece of sponge that Dell fit to the latching mechanism one was on the far right of the latching plate on one & the other was in the middle of the plate, I looked to see which shell belong to which PDA & the one I was having problem with battery cover warning messages the sponge far right, so I swapped the back shells around & booted it up BINGO!!!!! problem solved, I'm fairly sure the SPONGE SHOULD BE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE LATCH PLATE, if I'm right Dell engineers & executives should be shoot, such a simple fix why didn't they let owners know about this. This has got to be easier than trying to bridge the switch contacts or rip the switch off the board, give it a go guys, Please let me know if it works on your PDA. I will upload some photo should any of you guys need.


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WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS OPERATION UNLESS YOU DO NOT PLAN TO UTILIZE A WARRANTY AND OR INSURANCE. OPERATION WILL NULLIFY 1: Buy a new battery for your specified pda model(EBAY,AMAZON) 2: Preform a pda to pc sync if possible 3: Buy or or make sure you will recieve a pda screw driver 4: Unscrew back, be gentle 5: Gently remove back with a flathead screwdriver 6: Locate the battery cable 7: Disconnect the battery from the pda 8: Connect new battery/ reattach back

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Yes I would remove first

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When you don't charge your PDA's battery for a while, and let both normal and backup batteries to finish completely, all your data in your PDA is lost, and it will go back to factory default state. As the operating system is stored in the ROM of your PDA, it will be reinstalled when you charge it again, and becuase there's no data left from the past state, you have to do all the settings again from the start, beginning with the screen alignment (You can tap carefully on the plus sign each time it moves). If you had a backup syncronized with your PC, you can then recover your data to your PDA.

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paper wedged in the sensor sometimes work. More extreme is 'surgically' removing the switch and connecting it up.... see for a guide.... otherwise take it to a technician.

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Dell Axim51v Won't power on?

The problem may be that the switch that recognizes when the battery door is on is either not engaging completely, or not working. With the battery door off if you look very closely inside the LEFT pocket that latches the cover (to the left of the sliding latch button) you will see there is a tiny rectangular raised spot in the bottom of that pocket, at its right end. You will not see that in the right pocket. The bottom of the left pocket will move up and down slightly, as does that raised bump upon it. I believe the actual battery cover switch is UNDER that left pocket. To prove it, I tried to turn on my X51 with the cover removed, and it won't come on. Then (requires a bit of acrobat1.gif here) I carefully pressed upward against the apparent switch activator with the tip of a letter opener, while holding the Axim so I could see the screen, and pressed the power button. It instantly came on. I release the letter opener, and it instantly went black again.

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You could get original disk from ebay at times but all you need is the Activesync that can be downloaded from Microsoft. Get Active sync 4.2. The newer ones do NOT work with the X5.

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The simple answer is.. i'm sorry to say it so simple.. no. Here is why. PDA's have volatile RAM memory. This means that when the battery, back-up battery are completely drain out, they cannot keep up powering the RAM memory. When the power cuts off, everything in the RAM memory is lost. The operating sistem and other files specific to it, doesn't get erased as they are stored separately in another kind of memory called ROM. This doesn't get errased when power drains out. The reason why PDA's doesn't have only ROM is because this type of memory is slow and the PDA will operate (read or write data to it) in the same slow manner. Therefore they use the RAM memory wich is faster. The best advice I can give you now is never to let the main battery to drain out completely. Also regular back-ups of the data inside the PDA are usefull for situation where unexpected occur. Feel free to ask more questions and always remember to rate the answers provided from this site ;). Good luck.

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I have many a time wanted to increase the main memory in my PDA. Sadly, there is no way to upgrade the main memory (unless you are handy at soldering, regulating voltages, and all that fun stuff). I have seen some web sites that upgraded older Palm's main memory but never an IPAQ (ie. Pocket PC). I suggest removing the older program before installing the newer version. If you have addresses saved in the program, I would first save those to a differnt file so that the uninstall does not delete them. To uninstall the program from the PDA tap the windows button, tap settings, tap the system tab, tap memory, and finally the remove programs link near the bottom of the screen. A list will appear with all the programs loaded on your PDA. Just tap the one you want and then tap remove.

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