I have a t-mobile dash and i have encountered a couple problems first i will be on the internet and it will just end the program and bring me back to the home screen, and now my media player plays the songs but i can not hear anything at all.. Can someone let me know how to fix the problem?
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ok, follow this steps, this will reset your phone to what it used to be before you messed with it. SAVE ALL YOUR INFO, VIDS, N PICS:
2. Select Accessories
3. Clear Storage
4. Type in 1234
5. Select Yes
Second Option> Hard Reboot:
a T-Mobile Dash and HTCS620 without the operating system:
off, hold the two soft keys (the dashes to the left and right of the
hold the power button for 1-2 seconds and then release the soft keys.
prompt you to clear storage. The “send" button which is considered as the
green phone button.
Go to start-settings-connections-gprs:
Delete the T-mobile settings. Create a new connection labeled MediaNet
Connects to: The Internet
Access Point: wap.cingular
Go to start-settings-connections-proxy:
Delete the t-mobile settings. Create a new proxy called Cingular WAP
Connects From: The Internet
Connects To: WAP Network
Full screen usually only works for video. A few questions:
1) Are you watching video or is this a music file?
2) Have you tried pressing the zero key/button while the file is playing?
- If so, do you see any error messages?
- Does the screen change, flash, or flicker?
Please respond to the question above when you have an opportunity and we'll take things from there.
The MoDev Kid
Though Docs to Go is supported by Palmone, it is still a 3rd party software and will jam your unit like you wouldn't believe. I reloaded mine 15 times before I gave up and quit using it. The Fatal error is an all out jam. The Docs can even duplicate themselves and yes you end up dumping the program from your e2 and reloading before it will work again. The e2 is good and I made mine do internet wirelessly but could never whip Docs.
There is a Windows Mobile 6 version available for download from www.ppcgeeks.com in the apache upgrades forum. There you can get a new version of the OS along with better media playing programs built into the ROM therefore clearing more of your RAM. I have 42mb free RAM with my cooked kitchen WM6 on my phone with 2x the options!