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You can return the phone to its factory settings

and remove all of the programmes and data you

have added by resetting the system.

Performing a soft reset

If your phone responds slowly, stops

responding, or freezes, try a soft reset. A soft

reset causes the phone to restart and re-adjust

memory allocation. Unsaved data in open

windows may be lost.

To perform a soft reset:

Press the RESET key inside the hole on the right

of the phone with your stylus pen.

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To perform a hard reset:

Follow the soft reset procedure on the previous

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To reset the phone's system:

From the Start menu, tap Settings ? System

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RESET key

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Turn the hand-held off, hold the two soft keys (the dashes to the left and right of the phone buttons) hold the power button for 1-2 seconds and then release the soft keys. It should prompt you to clear storage. The “send” button is considered as the green phone button.

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You have likely installed some application that is interfering with phone. Start with latest application you installed, then gradually uninstall all application you added to phone till problem is fixed. To view and uninstall applications, go to Start/Settings/Remove Programs.

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1) Turn off the Phone
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You can try a Hard Reset which will reset your phone to its original factory settings, but it is likely a bad screen or screen interface problem. Any applications or personal data you put on the phone since owning will be lost. You can recover personal file if you have backed them up, of if you have License 'Key' numbers you got when you purchase them. Some App suppliers will have you an record and will email your Lic # if your email has not changed since purchase.

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