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you can do a Hard Reset to it and then see.It can be done by holding
down the two soft keys on the front of the phone (the soft keys are two
buttons with a "-" symbol on them. Hold those two down, at the
same time, while pressing the reset button on the side of the phone.
It's a small hole just below the volume slider. You can press it with
your stylus pen. This will erase all data, and restore the phone back to
Once you have your device activated and charged, you will have to calibrate the screen. Once you have done that, you will be on the Today Screen. The Today Screen displays important information, such as upcoming appointments and status indicators. You can tap a section on the screen to open the associated program. To customize the Today Screen, including the background image, tap Start>Settings>Personal tab>Today
You need to do a hard-reset. This will erase your added content (third party programs stored in phone memory, notes store in phone memory, etc.)
You must press the reset button while pressing the left and right soft-buttons at the same time. You need your stylus or something small enough to press the recessed button next to the volume control. Once you press the reset button, keep holding the soft buttons it is reset. The display lock should be gone... as well as everything else you put on it.
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This thing set under my bed, lifeless til I was looking for something else and decided it was time to get this clock working!
(Use the stylus pen for best results) After putting in two fresh batteries (or hit the reset button if your batteries are fresh). This will reset the clock and the 'clock' icon in the upper lefthand corner will be blinking. Now press and hold the display area where the hour of the day is displayed. The entire time will start blinking. Now start tapping on the blinking hours to increment the clock slowly to the correct hours (it will cycle all the way thru military time and regular time, so choose what you desire). Press and hold with the stylus to increment quickly. Do the same with the minutes, that are blinking too. When time is correct, tap the 'clock' icon once. The 'clock' icon will still blink, which I believe is correct operation.
To set the date, tap on 3rd icon down from the top left (it looks like a little calendar). This will put you into the date section of the clock (if you do nothing, it will cycle back to the clock, after ten seconds, as a default). Before it cycles back to the clock, press and hold with the stylus pen right below the word 'DATE', until the the entire displayed date starts blinking. Tap the first two digits of the year to go down in years and tap the right two numbers of the year to go up in years. Tap on the month number to increment; do the same with the date number. When all date entries are correct, either tap the 'calendar' icon, or let the clock sit for ten seconds: it will cycle back to the clock.
I guess you can set the alarm in a similar method.
Press "Mode" once to view the calendar
Press Mode again to view the alarm time
Press and hold Mode for 3 sec. to enter the time setting...Hour blinks..change by using Up or Down buttons. Press Mode again to set Minutes Press Mode to finish
Press Mode to see calendar
Press Mode for 3 sec to set year. Year appears, blinks...change with up or down buttons
Press Mode ..month appears...blinks. Change with up & down buttons. Repeat for day. Press Mode to finish
I believe that Windows Mobile has some "built-in" memory leaks. But my experience with this phone is that some of the third party apps that change the appearance of the display (i.e. - SPB Mobile Shell) take up an enormous amount of memory and tends to leak severely! I suggest removing any third party apps from your phone and seeing if you still experience the issue. If so, hard reset the phone. If not, install the third party apps one at a time and let them run for a while before installing the next app to narrow down the app causing the problem.