Can you notice the two faint, ...chevrons left and right about two thirds of the way down the screen? tap one of those and it slides the front page back on and puts that shortcut menu back out of the way. I had that problem too for a couple of days.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
from the main phone screen, push the menu button --> options --> phone display options--> where is says show dial pad, the other choice on the drop down menu is show wallpaper, then click the picture to the right, and any picture you have in your phone you can use as a wallpaper for the main screen.
touch the START menu on the top left of your screen, touch on MESSAGING, select SMS/MMS account by touching, that will take you to your inbox. then just touch the MENU on bottom right of screen and select NEW... then touch SMS. It will ask you to add contact 1st. then touch screen where text goes till curser appears then type either by keyboard buttons or middle bottom of screen if you touch a electronic version of keyboard will appear you can use stylis to type on screen keyboard. Then bottom left of screen hit SEND. message sent message will come on screen when msg sent.... Goodluck
Great question. Nothing was deleted, this is actually a software bug in Windows Mobile 6. This error usually occurs when your start menu is switched from "Grid view" to "List view". Give this a try:
1) Remove the battery from your device for about 10 seconds.
2) Reinsert the battery and power the device back on.
3) Click Start
4) Navigate to Settings > Display > Start Menu Style
5) Change this setting from "List" to "Grid", then press Done
6) Click the Home key to return to the homescreen, then click Start to check start menu functionality.
(NOTE: You'll only be able to successfully open the start menu ONCE after rebooting. If you open the start menu, then exit, the start menu will likely revert to a blank gray screen. If this occurs, start back at step 1.)
when you are viewing the pic hit the menu button (look at bottom right of screen) scroll dow to object view and open it, hit save button (look bottom left of screen) that will give you the option to renam,e the pic and to save it ti either the phone or memory card
Hi. If the quickmenu has 'New messeges', 'Bluetooth', 'Calendar' etc on it then I think I know what your'e talking about.
Under the quickmenu, there should be some kind of animated arrows on either side. If you touch them the menu should disappear.
If you can't see the arrows then just touch the empty space under the quick menu and the arrows should appear there.
Hope it works
For some reason, certain Windows Mobile (Standard) devices don't like "list" format for the Start Menu.
Give this a try:
1) Remove the battery for 1-2 minutes. (This allows any cached memory to clear)
2) Power the device back up.
3) Before openning ANY other apps, navigate to Start > Settings > Display > Start Menu Style
4) Change this value from "List" to "Grid"
5) Click Done twice, then click the Home key.
6) Give the Start menu another try. (Does this resolve the issue?)
Another forum suggested that Windows Mobile seems to be a little picky about which application appears first on the Start Menu. If you have any custom applications installed, it's possible WinMo's start menu just isn't playing nicely.