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I used to have one of these and i had the same problem. It is because you are supposed to use the little stick that comes with it and not your finger. Instead of locking it that way i found it a lot easier to hold down the back button on the right hand side of the phone to lock it and do the same to unlock it.
<p>Mobile devices like smartphones and iPod Touch has so many
uses in day to day, they are quickly becoming the only thing needed in a pocket
or purse, replacing address books, calendars and schedules. The iPod Touch
allows many events in the calendar application, and you can easily include
additional information for your upcoming events. Since much information about
so many things can be stored on your iPod Touch, it would be much easier to
find an event past or future than navigating to the Calendar application. Find
the information you need to use the Spotlight search iPod. <br />
<p>1. Press the "Home" button on the iPod Touch to
the Home screen. <br />
<p>2. Press the "Home" in the Spotlight search box. <br />
<p>3. Tap the search bar at the top of the screen and start
typing a keyword of your event calendar. This is the title, location, or a word
contained in the notes from the events screen. <br />
<p>4. Tap the event in the search results when it is displayed
and you will be taken to the "Event Details" screen in the calendar
application. <br />
There enlies your problem. Tungsten longevity. The display is a bulb that is dying. No adjustment. Tungsten won't touch it. It is a SEALED unit. Time to upgrade to an E2. I know alot about them too, including how to make it go internet. If you get an E2 ALL your info will cross over. If you have any questions, please create a new request, make it a premium, request it be for Just_Bobz and I can walk your through most anything you want to know. Please post this as fixya. Be talking to you soon. TY
I would say --
pressing calendar (1st) + Itask (last) buttons + reset button does a
soft reset and fully disconnect the battery (you will a click sound --
pressing calendar (1st) + mail (3rd) + power + a reset button does a
full ghard reset. You will see Formatting PS... on the screen. This
means every is back to factory defaults. Thanks twosix for this post
A possible workaround:
I agree that the current synchronising behaviour is not very helpful - especially as it is not very clearly documented - I nearly lost all of my personal calendar data completely!
What I have done for now (and this may not be acceptable to you) is to allow Outlook Calendar to synchronise fully with my TE, but then mark all my personal appointments etc. as 'Private' (tick box in lower right hand corner of details). Tedious, I know, but hopefully will get easier as I go along... It is even possible to set up a 'filter' in Outlook so that the personal data is not displayed [Customise View: Filter / Advanced / Field: Sensitivity = Normal]
All your personal calendar data on the Tungsten will now be marked as private as well, so if you want to hide any 'really' private records on there, you'll have to set Security to lock the handheld on power-off until you enter a password.
Like you, I look forward to Palm resolving this issue by installing 1-way options on their conduits!
Fix in Outlook??
Isn't there a way to keep private appts from showing in Outlook? Perhaps you could change the setting on that side?
Did you have trouble getting your LifeDrive to sync w/Calendar in the first place? I've managed to get all BUT calendar syncing (and it's the MOST IMPORTANT part of Outlook that needs to sync!!)... any advice?
Have you setup an EAS account in VersaMail?
The VersaMail application on your Treo 650 supports Exchange ActiveSync, which allows synchronization of Email and Calendar wirelessly with Exchange Server 2003. If an EAS account exists on the handheld the Calendar conduit will disable itself to avoid duplicates.
Go to VersaMail on your Treo650
Select Menu: Accounts: Account Setup
Check to see if any EAS accounts exist on the device by selecting and account, then Edit...
One the first screen check Mail Service. Do any of them say "Exchange Activ..."
If yes you'll need to delete that account to sync calendar entries.