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I haven’t added anything new, but I did go and buy a Centra
cell phone that came with its own desktop software (this may have added
something). I set it up on my desktop,
which removed the older version of my palm desktop software and everything was
fine. I set up two separate accounts one
for my T3 one for the Centra. I was
setting up my T3 for Bluetooth and it had a fatal error. (this was a few days later, after I sync’ed
and had been using it with no problems). I had to hard reset but it still hung at the
palm screen. I finally had to take off
the back and disconnect the battery. It
came up, but one of the icons on the extend screen was missing and it kept
crashing when I tried to do anything. Since
then I have:
1. Removed the new desktop software and installed v 4.1.4 . That might be the same version from Verizon,
but I got it from the Palm Page (I am not sure what v I was using before).
2. Slicked my palm and reinstalled the original OS. That worked. (The icons were fixed and it
3. Tried to resync, but received a fatal error in the
process. After reset, I am right back
were I was. Now even disconnecting the battery
will not reset it.
Oh, at sync, I did not install the quarantined 3rd
party software per the pop up screen.
I am sure I left out some important detail, but I am a
little panicked. I am pretty sure my
data is safe, but we all know how dependent we get on these little pocket
brains… besides, it’s my friend.
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1.Bought Palm centro with freezing up problem then returned and got another one. 2.
Second Palm centro again with freezing up with additional screen
flickering problem....buy one problem take another problem....good huh?
buy one take one..
3. Third Palm centro after returning
the second, now I stil have and inherited the freezing up problem
.....you always inherit the freezing up problem even as many times as
you changed your PALM CENTRO.
I WILL NEVER BUY PALM CELLPHONE AGAIN. I WILL NEVER BUY PALM CELLPHONE AGAIN. I WILL NEVER BUY PALM CELLPHONE AGAIN. I WILL NEVER BUY PALM CELLPHONE AGAIN. I WILL NEVER BUY PALM CELLPHONE AGAIN.
With this method of upgrading your handheld, you'll transfer all PIM¹ data from your existing user name to your new handheld with the same user name. You will also transfer all third-party applications to your new handheld.
Caution: Some third-party applications may not be compatible with your new handheld. Your handheld will crash, freeze or display an error when these third-party applications conflict with your new handheld. If you notice performance issues or problems after transferring third-party software to your handheld, follow our steps for diagnosing third-party software issues.
You must install the version of Palm Desktop and HotSync Manager included on the CD-ROM with your new handheld, even if you already have an earlier installation on your computer, and even if you will synchronize with Microsoft Outlook. This ensures that the desktop components of any new handheld features are added.
Put the new handheld's CD-ROM² in the CD-ROM drive.
Follow the installation instructions that appear.
When prompted, select the existing username of your old handheld.
During installation, you will be asked to perform a HotSync operation. Use the same existing username as above.
Once installation is complete, your PIM¹ data and third-party applications will be transferred to your new handheld. Your new handheld will have the same name as your old handheld.
To avoid confusion, change the name on your old handheld once you're sure that you have all your data transferred to your satisfaction. If you're going to sell or give it away, you may wish to perform a hard reset to erase all your personal data.
With this method, you have a greater likelihood of encountering third-party application incompatibilities. If you notice performance issues or problems after transferring third-party software to your handheld, follow our steps for diagnosing third-party software issues.
When I migrated from my Palm Centro (best smartphone ever) to my current BlackBerry, I did the following:
1) Export Palm contacts from the Palm Desktop software to CSV (comma separated values or tab-delimited text) format.
2) Import the CSV file to your Google Contacts account.
3) Wirelessly sync Google Contacts to your new phone using the free Google Sync app (link below).
4) Verify data was transferred appropriately.
Google Sync works with iPhones:
You should be able to follow the same process for your Palm Calendar by exporting your Palm Calendar from the Palm Desktop software to a file (save the exported file to your desktop, or an easy to find location on your computer), then import the Calendar file into a NEW Google Calendar, not your primary calendar (in case there's conflicts or problems, you can delete the secondary Google calendar without losing your primary Google calendar items). Google Sync should allow you to choose more than one Google Calendar to sync with your iPhone.
try clearing up your web history, sms, or unwanted software....on the browser, click on blazer top left corner, click on history and clear all..tested if it doesnt work back up your phone and perform a master reset
First, make sure you backup all of your data, including data in any 3rd party apps.
Sync your first Palm Centro with the Palm Desktop software to save the data.
Verify the sync settings in the Palm Desktop software to make sure when you begin syncing with the new Palm Centro, the settings for each application (contacts, calendar, memos, etc.) are one-way sync to the device, or you might end up overwriting the data in your Palm Desktop software with what's on the new Palm Centro.
When you sync your new Palm Centro with the desktop software the first time it will ask you to name the new device. If you give it the same name as the old Palm Centro, all of the data will sync to your new Palm Centro.
Search your computer for a folder with the name "Palm" in it to try and locate the name of your old Palm Centro, so you can name the new Palm Centro the same. When you locate that folder on your computer, it would be a good idea to simply make a copy of that folder as a total backup.