All of the sudden one day, my 1, 4, and 7 keys will not work. I can press and press and nothing comes up. Lately, the 7 key works but you have to press really hard. And now my space (*) key is getting harder to push. Any suggestions?
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ou can save up to 8 phone numbers in your speed dial book. The speed dial keys go from 2 to 9. When you place a call, our system prompts you to "enter the phone number you wish to dial". You just press the appropriate speed dial key followed by the pound sign (#) and your call goes through. No long numbers to enter any more!
If you set a speed dial for our access number on your phone machine, you have to press three keys only to complete a dial - as easy as "1-2#"! That's it!
For example, you can set your parents' phone number as speed dial key 2 and your friend's number as key 3. After dialing the access number from your phone, you will press 2 then # to reach your parents, or press 3# to reach your friend. Nothing could be easier! Speed Dial set up Instructions: Dial the access number, wait for prompt. Enter PIN number, wait for prompt. Dial: "#" "2" "#" [a speed dial number: 1-9] "#" [destination number] "#". The system will confirm the number. Example: [#]  [#]  [#] [011-888-88-88-88-88] [#] Use Speed Dial: Dial the access number, wait for prompt. Enter PIN number, wait for prompt. Dial: [speed dial key (1-9)] "#" Hope this will help to solve the problem....
Have you dropped it in water or anything like that lately? Sounds like your screen went out for some reason. Before we dive into this, remove your battery and try to locate a small white strip of paper, is this red?
Dial your phone number from the phone you are using to check your voice mail. Let the phone ring until the voice mail message begins. . Step 2
Press the "*" key or the "#" key while the message is playing. One of these two keys is usually the key that activates access to your messages. This will work for most answering machines and voice mail services, although some may use a different key code .
Enter your password or passcode. For most systems, this will be a four-digit number that is keyed in and will sometimes be followed by the "#" key.
Listen to your messages. Usually, unheard messages are played back first, followed by any saved messages on the system. Systems vary as to whether the oldest or newest unheard messages first.
Yes, this is a hard reset I know of that works on a lot of nokia phones you could give it a try it wont hurt... With the phone powered completely down press and hold the star * key, green call button key and number 3. While holding these three buttons press and hold the power button until the phone comes on. You should see your phone being formatted.
If you have all your items saved to your computer with Active Sync, then do a master reset: HTC Touch hard reset
14 January 2008
Press and hold buttons marked 1.
Press and release 2 with stylus.
Release buttons marked 1 when menu comes up.
Press directly down on center dpad, marked 3.
You can also get tips & tricks from www.htcwiki.com It has the latest and great updates, software, even known issues if you ever come across this. HTC does recommend that you do a master/hard reset once a quarter to keep it moving smoothly. Also, ensure you don't have a lot of open running programs. Perhaps once a day, clean the cashe and history. Do a soft reset (aka battery pull) once or twice a week. All depends on how hard you play with this lovely PDA device!