I have this problem for about the past 3 months where I click my stylus pen in one place but the cursor clicks in a place down and slightly to the left. I turn it off or do a soft reboot and this usually fixes it for an hour or two. If this doesn't work, I can usually just turn it off and set it down for a couple hours and then pick it back up again and it's fine. But it always goes back to that problem at some point. I try to do the re-alignment thing but that never works because when I click on the four points on the screen where the plus sign goes, instead of calibrating the screen and then returning to the previous screen where I can go back to normal work, it just keeps on making me click the pluses and never returns control to me. The only thing I can do at that point is do a soft reboot. Another thing: the cursor never gets misaligned in another direction when it messes up; it always is down and a little to the left. Can you help me with this?
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You can set your pen drag function to adjust the brightness.
Click the drop down menu on the top right of your screen, then click "system", then "prefs", then click the button at the bottom of the screen that says "pen". Next, click the drop down menu beside the little icon that looks like your clie. Click that and select "brightness". Now, when you drag your stylus from the bottom to the top of the screen, a little slider bar will appear to adjust the brightness.
Go to calendar, choose a date & time, tap on details. You will see: Time Date Alarm Location Category Repeat --> this is where you choose the recurring selection, after that indicate done. And check. Private
To perform a factory reset and return your HP iPAQ to factory settings:
1. Press and hold the Quick Launch and Rotate Screen buttons. 2. While holding these buttons, use the stylus to lightly press the Reset button on the HP iPAQ until the device restarts. 3. When the HP iPAQ restarts, release all of the buttons, and then remove the stylus from the Reset button. The HP iPAQ restarts and powers on.
Mike @ compurepair.
Try soft reseting your phone. If that doesnt work then try hard reseting. To soft reset take the stylus pen and push in the little hole on the bottom of the phone. You should feel a little click and then your phone will restart. Wait until your phone starts up again and if it still isnt working then do a hard reset.
To hard reset, hold down the green send button and the red end call button at the same time and continue to hold them down as you then push your stylus pen into the hole on the bottom of the phone untill you feel the little click. Your phone should start to reset. Be warned you will loose any information saved to the phones memory ie: phone numbers, pictures, personal settings. Anything saved to your memory card should be ok.
If your screen remains blank after trying both resets I would suggest taking it back to where you got it and and have them fix it or replace it.
Hope this is helpful.