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After you change the battery you need to do a hard reset. This will erase all the info in your pda so you want to make sure you have it all backed up on the palm desktop To do a hard reset follow these steps:
1. Hold down the power button. 2 While holding down the power button, use the tip of the stylus and inset it into the hole in the back of your pda and gently press and release the reset button in the back of your pda. 3. When you see the message that warns you about erasing all of the info on your hand held select continue. 4. When prompted follow the online directions to align the screen. After that you will want to do another hot sync. Best wishes.
If you would like to erase everything from the 8310 and set everything back to factory defualts: First Remove your memory card, if you have one and then:
Click Options, Advanced Options, Security, General Settings, Wipe Handheld. It should prompt you to actually type in the word "blackberry" and then will erase everything from the phone and set everything back to factory defaults. You will need to activate the phone again through your carrier if you would like to continue using it. Hope this helps!
No sim card in the Zire 72. On-board memory on the motherboard only to store records not directed to or on expansion memory card. Zire 72 battery changeout not designed to be user serviceable. Undertake at your peril (unless you are very steady handed, patient, and very very careful). The 72 is probably the most difficult of the Palms to change batteries. Go to: http://forum.brighthand.com Navigate to the Zire 72 section and read the posts. There are even detailed photos and uTube movies that deal with changing the battery. I have used their forum for years. Lots of help there.
Scan the memory with latest antivirus. Download R-Studio with its serial. R-studio is an extraction tool. Extract all the files in your memory. And format the memory. Copy the files again in your phone memory
I had the same problem. When I called the Verizon customer service they told me that the memory was low on the phone to get a memory card and that would solve the problem. I did as they told me and now I have no problems. I hope this helps
Usually, these will hold the memory for up to a week after the battery dies. However, if you were gone 2 weeks and it's forgotten everything, I'm afraid it's just gone. There is no permanent memory storage to restore it from.
The back up battery always shows 100%, as far as my experience shows. The backup battery is only utilized to retain memory while the main battery is dead. The backup battery charges first, so if the ppc has enough juice to be turned on, the backup battery should be at 100%, unless it is plugged in and you are just now turning it back on. Even so, it will probably still show 100%.
Basically, you left it on too long and all the batteries died. Sorry, but your data is gone :-(
It's best kept in its charger whenever possible.
One of the issues with it is that the buttons tend to get "hit" and it wakes up and discharges quickly. Even on a full charge, it can drain the battery in just a few hours.
The issue is worsened by the supplied case. People have noted that using another case or even gluing felt pads in just the right spots of the holder helps immensely.