Question about HTC PPC-6800 Smartphone
I had a similar problem where it kept lokcing up and being really slow, unfortunately i had to do a hard reset ( sets the phone back to its original settings ) and after that it worked fine, i think the problem was that i had to many aftermarket programs on it that stay running in the backround once they were gone it was back to norma.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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Contact DELL for instructions, they should be able to help you.
I think they have some kind of resolution for that in the service-agreement you got when you bought the PDA.
It's really difficult to do anything like flashing or update the software on the PDA since its a DELL.
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