I've had my sx66 for several years. This year when daylight savings time happened, it is not recognizing the time change. i sync with my exchange account at work and this is messing up all of my appointment times. I even reset the time manually to the correct time and it self corrected to the wrong time.
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Your close. Two batteries. First is memory battery. Gone. Buy a Siemens SX66. I went from E2 to SX66 and have fallen in love. No more software isuues. I sell em if your interested, before you buy, ask me. Bobzmailroom1@peoplepc.com. I like it so much I sell em......and cheap
I don't have an SX66. I have an SX56, but have you tried holding down the power button for several seconds while it is still on? With the SX56 that "toggles" the backlight display. You could also try settings for the backlight in the menus. Otherwise, the backlight may be dead. Best bet is to purchase a new or used one on ebay or other location.
Go to Configure Wireless Networks
select the wireless after say connected doble click that connection when open the another screen with network name verify you network name is correct, in Connects To: verify select The internet. In the next tab select you Authentication and Data encrypted as you have in your router. and type your network key. select ok. Verify en the next tab if your select USe 1EE... and select EAP typel, select ok. Verify do you have W up in your PDA.
As I understand it, the SIM card is what tells your wireless unit which service provider to use. If you have an old phone, it should be an easy matter to take the t-mobile SIM card out of it and install it in the SX-66. One note on the SX-66: the SIM card on mine had a tendency to lose contact (and my contacts would disappear) from jarring until I put a piece of scotch tape across the bottom of it. No problems after that.