I kinda of like the phone it is my second treo.
If I talk for more than 10 - 15 minutes it gets very hot. Is this a normal thing? If it is I am on a 30 day trial with verizon and I will take it back and get a different type of phone. My blackberry never had this problem.
Personally 10 to 15 minutes is not normal, I have had my 755p battery get hot after a couple of hours of straight talking, but not right away.
I would just take it back where you got it and tell them the problem that you are having and get another Treo. I have owned all of the Treo's ever made and they make great phones.
It does take some getting used to but the pros vs the cons of owning a Treo are much greater. Blackberry has come along way with their phones and if you are used to the Blackberry then the Treo just might not be the phone for you.
To get back to your question if the phone getting hot is normal, no, but it will happen from time to time when talking on the phone for long periods of time.
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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
unfortunately you cannot just switch languages on the treo or really any Windows Mobile Treo or Palm They release the phones with one language installed in whatever country and thats about it. You can buy a Treo 750 in english, but not change the language
A Soft Reset stops all active (or open) programs and "reboots" the handheld. When the Treo powers back up, you'll start with all programs closed and the unit will be ready to use. The soft reset is intended to reset the Treo if it is malfunctioning or has become bogged down.
The Palm Treo 750 can be soft reset by quickly pressing and releasing the tiny red button beneath the miniSD memory card door: Hard Reset
A Hard Reset wipes the internal memory and returns the Treo to its factory specs, in effect returning the Treo 750 to the state it was in when you purchased it. All data entered, preferences set or software installed on the Treo after purchase will be lost after a hard reset and will have to transferred or reinstalled via ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Device Center.
The Palm Treo 750 can be hard reset by pressing and holding the power button (seen left) while at the same time pressing and holding reset button beneath the miniSD memory card door. Press and hold the two buttons until the screen completely fades. When the screen returns, you'll be given the option to "Erase all data." Select Yes to complete the hard reset.
The Treo will now be as it was when it left the factory and you can start fresh. You may have to perform a soft reset after the hard reset to get the unit to power on.
Ok, I thikn I fixed it, but it is kinda dumb. Maybe this will help you.
Call your phone from another phone. While the phone is ringing press
the Volume Up Button on the left side of your Treo. Now look to make
sure that both of the Volume Mixer buttons are turned up. For some
reason the system sounds were turned all the way up, but the ringer
volume was turned all the way down. The only place that I know to make
the change to the ringer volume is pressing the rocker switch while the
phone is ringing. Let me know if that helps