Question about HP iPAQ h6315/h6365 Pocket PC
This IPAQ will not support 3rd party battery manufacturers. Ensure you are using an original HP battery. You usually can use the battery one time--but when the charge runs out, so does your luck.
Most of the time you will get an on-screen warning that the battery will not be able to charge when you use a 3rd party battery. If you are using an original, you might need a new battery--they do wear out after time--too-old batteries no longer hold a charge.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
Try removing the battery from the phone and charge it individually using the charger. Let it charge for several hours and then insert it back into the phone.
It should turn on ... if not using a pin press the reset (located on the left side of the phone with screen facing you).
Note: To remove the batter, set the "lock/unlock" setting on the battery cover to "unlock". You can use the stylus to set it to unlock. After re-inserting the battery, make sure you set it to lock again otherwise the phone will not turn on.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
Brand new ipaq 6340 4 official batteries, none will charge past 1% the reason for this is that the ipaq is one of the shittest pda phones on the market, its a kids toy, if your gonna get a smartphone get something which isnt so **** LIKE A ******* PC!!! why do we want to browse internet on a 3inch screen??? cos we all have small *****'s and like to feel tough with a pda im a geek but ******* its **** my advice dont waste £300 on this, i sold my 2 on ebay for £350 each to some poor sad pathetic arse haha
Posted on May 13, 2008
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