Question about HTC TyTN II Smartphone
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Have you tried a hard reset. Hold down the two soft key (above the Mail and Internet Explorer button) and use the stylus to hold down the "Soft Reset" recessed button near the USB charger.
You are going to loose all your data, make sure you back it up first.
Connect to the internet automatically - the phone is connection manager aware. Go to the Start Menu->Settings->Connections Tab->Connections->Advanced Tab->Select Networks-> and select "My Work Network" for both connections so the phone cannot connect to the internet.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
Remember that the TyTn II only has 128MB RAM. Push it too hard and it will freeze just like any ordinary low-specced PC.
First thing to do would be to shut down all other running programs. Not minimise but completely shutdown.
Give it time to go through it's paces. I've seen some people push their phones like it's some top-of-the-line PC. Patience is required here.
Thirdly, it is possible you have a virus that chewing on your system resources. Antivirus software will be needed as a hard reboot won't necessarily get of that.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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