To fix the problem i have got the solution from one of my freinds you will have to do the following
removing the battery, SIM card and memory card then return only the battery.
Press and hold both of the buttons:Menu button + slider.
Then while holding press the RESET HOLE once using the Stylus (pen).
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If the G1 is stuck on an error or startup screen you can go to this link save it to your desktop and then unzip it, copy it to a memory card insert the card into the phone and then follow these instructions. http://android-roms.googlecode.com/f...3_Recovery.zip 1. The device must be powered OFF to perform this reset. If the device is on, turn it off. ? Note: If the device is not responsive and does not turn off, remove the battery and re-insert it. 2. Press and hold the Home button and the Power button (the red hang-up button) at the same time. 3. Keep holding Home and Power together for at least 25 seconds, even if the "Startup" screen appears. 4. Release the keys when you see a black screen with a warning sign. 5. Slide the keyboard open. 6. As a shortcut, press ALT+W to factory reset the device. If this does not work, continue with the below steps. 7. Press ALT+L. 8. Press Alt+S to apply the recovery. ?this is what you put on the memory card? 9. Press the Home + Back key.
As per my knowledge,
Windows Mobie Pocket PCs with a Windows Mobile 2003 and later platform lose all the data when the battery is removed or too low due to the volatile nature of your PPC's memory.
This problem has been solved from Windows Mobile 5 onwards.
Thats all that I can tell you.
I had the same problem with my Jamin so sent if off to the technician who informed me the Jarmin's internal circuitry prevents the phone being charged when the battery is under a certain voltage so when you use a plug in charger because the battery has very low power it does not trip a circuit in the Jamin to start the charging process. The only solution to to take the battery out of the unit and charge it with a stand-a-lone charger. Hope this makes sense.
I recommend removing any programs you recently added and then try loading them again. Also, whenever you have a program that is not working, try removing the battery and reinstalling it to reset the phone. Third, consider a master reset of the phone. Unfortunately, you will lose all of your information. Then reinstall all of your person stuff. Start, System Tools, Master Reset. It helps to think of your Q like a windows based operating system on your computer. Good luck.