Hi my problem is that my phone O2 Xda Exec stopped working, when plugged in to the power source the led blinks in red repeatedly but the phone wont com on, this happened a couple of times before and i got it working by removing the battery, the second time it took removing the battery while plugged in, this time neither seem to work. Could it be that the battery is dead? THX
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At the expense of your data-loss,
atleast you get your device working back.
To perform a hard-reset on your O2 Xda Atom,
Keep pressed the POWER key, and then perform soft reset. After the device this leave everything and confirm that you want to hard-reset as shown on the screen.
To perform a hard reset, use the stylus while pressing into the reset
hole, press the power on/off button at the same time. Screen will
prompt you to press the Green call and Red end call button together to
confirm on hard resetting the device. Hard resetting the device will
cause the device to be reset back to its original factory default
settings and all data will be lost.
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.
Go to boot loader on your O2 XDA atom by removing batt+pressing camera button+plugging in the batt back WHILE still press holding the cam button the ue the stylus to press soft reset button, then connect to your pc via usb, then run the update program (most refer to it as DSUU, u can download one from seeo2.com) just wait for the progress to complete and you're done.
if in case you get stuck at 6%, unplug usb cable, remove battery, then insert battery while press holding the power button, while still holding the power button, press the reset button with the stylus, it should show the o2 splash, wait for any progress. then re-run the DSUU again to perform full flash.
please take note that i did not suggest any 3-party rom, it is best if you try the O2-released ROM (or DSUU).
I have the same problem. What I did several time is to actually shut down the phone, remove the battery and leave it like that for several hours (3 to 4 hours). Then, I put the battery back in the phone, and it would charge again. However, due to the long time with no battery, the phone's clock would be reset to January 2007.
I found no other work around right now. However, I have to do this more and more often, almost once a week ...
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.