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I CAN'T GET THE TIMING RIGHT. AND THE BOTTOM WALKING FOOT WON'T MOVE.

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Hi dear

just visit this site

http://www.pencomputing.com/reviews/apple_iphone.html

and for more specific visit this site
http://pdaphonehome.com/forums/mogul-ppc-6800-xv-6800-wiki/88357-mogul-ppc-6800-xv-6800-wiki.html?redir_from=88879

oke dear, i want to know wht type and brand of your Pda


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Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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  • Irwan Darmawan
    Irwan Darmawan Mar 26, 2008

    hi dear





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  • Irwan Darmawan
    Irwan Darmawan Mar 26, 2008
  • Irwan Darmawan
    Irwan Darmawan Mar 27, 2008

    hi dear....

    please tell your problem more specific, or what product or hard ware that you have


    goodluck

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Hey there

whats brand is your pda? have you checked with your intructions manual about this?

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Hello lilliang ,

Can u tell ur model no ??

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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    Kanth raj Mar 26, 2008


    Or else just rest ur PDA by following steps!!


    Step 1:

    If you're sure your unit is frozen, turn it over so that the screen faces down.




    Step 2:

    Locate the reset hole, which is just large enough for you to insert the
    end of an unwound paper clip, and press gently for a "soft" reset. You
    don't have to use a paper clip if you've got something else that fits,
    but don't use anything sharp, such as a safety pin.



    Step 3:

    If the soft reset doesn't snap your PDA back to attention (you'll see a
    Welcome screen), the next step is a "warm" reset, which bypasses
    potentially troublesome system extensions. Repeat the reset procedure
    in step 2, but hold down the Page Up button on the front of your PDA
    while doing so.



    Step 4:

    If the warm reset doesn't result in a welcome screen, then your only
    recourse is a "hard" reset. The hard part about this is that you'll
    lose all the data and preferences in your PDA.



    Step 5:

    Before proceeding with the hard reset, replace the batteries in your
    PDA to make sure the old ones aren't just spent. Check also that the
    contrast isn't turned down.



    Step 6:

    Repeat the reset procedure in step 2, but this time hold down the power
    button while you reset. This should return your PDA to the way it came
    from the box.

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What is the brand of PDA and model number please

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