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If you have not found a solution yet, here is the correct way to do a FULL format of your N70.
1. Make sure your phone is fully charged to handle the formatting process. 3. Turn off your n70. 4. Press and hold the following keys at the same time: a. Green dial key b. * or the star key. c. the no. 3 key
5. Press the power on to switch on the phone. Take note: Hold those keys until you see a formatting word on your screen.
6. Wait for a few minutes until formatting is completed.
look sir, the operating system should be installed from your PC not from the i-mate so you will have to do the following: A- install microsoft activsync to connect the i-mate to the PC B- download the windows 6 file C- connect the i-mate to the PC then open the windows 6 file by double click it , it will guide you to instll the operating system on your device note: windows 6 mobile will not properlly work on i-mate jam you will find a problem when you use it, so my advice is to install the 2003 CE and install all it's updates this will be batter than that
OK your phone is most probable stuck in bootloader mode and needs to accept a USB connection with the correct ROM image to be reprogrammed. You will see on the screen that there stands Bootloader/Serial if you look carefully. Check if you can see this text. Try a master reset on the phone as per rom installation instruction. (Top mennu buttons and reset simultaniously). Let me know there are more ways to solve the problem.
To list your CE version, you can go to the Today screen and select the Start button to pull down the menu.
Select Settings (not HP settings). From the Settings screen, select the System tab at the bottom. At the top of this page, select About. This will list your CE version.
Mine is Version 3.0.9348 (Build 9616). It also will list the Processor (SH3) and Memory (15.87 MB).
Well - if your PDA runs CE 2.11, it should install. Try downloading specific CAB file from Linksys's website for the MIPS processor (E-15 uses VR4111). If you have Linksys WCF11 card, go to http://linksys.com/support/support.asp?spid=71
If setup still doesn't work - copy a MIPS CAB file to your Casio via ActiveSync and run it from there.
However, even after you install it - you might face problems. I still wasn't able to run my Linksys WCF11 on Casio E-100. Apparently, there is no easy way to specify IP settings (gateway, WINS, DNS) in Windows CE 2.11 for Linksys (unlike PocketPC OS, where we have network settings in control panel). I tried playing with registry - however, it messes up big time.