The touch screen on my treo 750 doesn't work anymore. I called Palm and they said it was an AT&T hardware problem but when I talked to AT&T they said it was a Palm issue. No one will fix this friggin thing for me unless I pay 200 or more for a fix. Is there a way I can change the screen and digitizer myself? And if I do will it fix the problem?
Have you tried updating your Treo to Windows Mobile 6? They have included quite a number of fixes in the update. It is also much faster on web access. I also have a Treo 750 and have only had to do one hard reset due to a button problem, but that was after better than a year of use. I do have my expansion card not respond and have to pop it out and then back in occassionally, but that isn't that big of a deal. My phone was a remanufactured unit. Maybe they fixed the issue you are dealing with?
I have the same issue on both of my Palm Treo 750 models. I was busy with initializing one for a colleague today and did not get past the screen calibration window after you've done a hard reset. I did 3 more hard resets without result, plugged my Mini SD card back in the phone, no result, plugged my SIM card back in the phone, did again a hard reset and then I could calibrate the screen. Although I managed to get past the screen calibration, I noticed that this is not the response I'm used to see when using the stylus on my Treo. On the other Treo, I sometimes loos the ability to use the stylus on the screen after a couple of days. A reset mostly resolves the issue again for another couple of days...
What's up with these Treo's? The second Treo was just lying on my desk, not being used, so I'm sure it was not dropped or damaged in any way...
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my favourite (treo 750) i own 1 but not sure i have had that problem yet depending on if you install a program it could be causing that problem maybe a call blocker! u could check to see if ur network is on automatic
try backing up your phone data then master reset back to factory setting
N.B you would loose everything that cannot be backed up but this solved my bluetooth problem 1 time
holding down the reset button then press power. when prompted to reset say yes
Try recalibrating the touch screen. Devices with touch screens need to be recalibrated in order to respond properly. The greater the use, the more often recalibration is necessary. I recalibrate my phone once a week. I hope this helps.
You may have dust accumulation around the edges of your touchscreen, between the screen and the case.
Try using a can of compressed air. Gently press down on the edges of the touchscreen to expose the gap between the screen and the case, and shoot the air in there. This worked for me when my Treo 600 touchscreen stopped responding.