After windows starts: start>settings then choose system (one of the three sub-menus) device information and four sub-menus appear, you need hardware sub-menu and it will show you processor type, speed, ram size and so on... enjoy!
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Your phone is in bootloader mode. If you have not intentionally put it in that state, it might have entered it after an usucessful ROM upgrading process. Anyway, to get out of that state, just soft reset your device. The reset pin is located at the left side (in portrait mode, or at the back of the phone, when its screen is slided open). Just lightly press that pin with the stylus pen. Hope it works for you. Anyway, please, let me know if you need further informations. Regards,Carlos
It could be that the card is bad. Needs a change. before that, try it in a different phone.
Also the card connectors could be dirty. Clean with a dry soft cloth.
Could be the number has been blocked. Ask the helpline of its service provider.
I had the same problem. The issue seems here that the battery keeps getting honked off. I changed my charger and did a defragment and also did some files sytem clean up using Pocket mechanic. That solved the problem.
This is the suggestion they provide on O2 website for such problems:
Perform a soft reset (PDA phone) or re-boot the device (Smartphone) and test again.
Perform a hard reset (PDA phone) or return to default settings (Smartphone) and test again. (read below before dong this)
Check that the application still fails to execute after you upgraded the ROM (OS) to the latest revision. If you haven't upgraded your ROM (OS) do so now and check again.
But before doing the hard reset, I suggest you try installing other camera software for windows mobile 5 and check if the camera still working (not a hardware problem). If its still fail, try the hard reset after backing up all you data.
it happens if there is any important file miss from your phone
do following :
1. Turn off phone and take out battery
2. Insert battery, and while it boots up press and hold Ctrl + Shift + F
3. After a few seconds you will be asked if you want to format or cancel
I recommend having the device open when inserting the battery so you can press the combination quickly.
Remember that this erases everything in the machine and it becomes like when you bought it. (I guess you know it, but mentioned it just in case).