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Can't open my home page

When i turn on my ipad, i can't get the first page!!!! i always see the previous page, without seeing the page i have requiested. please help me!!!

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Re: can't open my home page

Try to soft-reset your iPAQ; depending on the model of iPAQ you have the soft-reset hole is located on the left hand side or bottom of your iPAQ; press the tip of the stylus into this hole to reboot your iPAQ.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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Data connection refused


Hi,

After cancelling the data plan with the wireless service provider, the message Data connection refused appears at the top of the Home screen on the BlackBerry smartphone instead of the branding of the wireless service provider.

This is caused may be you were previously subscribed to a data plan through a wireless service provider, and the BlackBerry smartphone is still configured to attempt to access the data network.

To resolve this issue, you need to turn off the Data Services feature on the BlackBerry smartphone. To perform this, you need to complete the following steps:
  1. From the Home screen, open the Options menu.
  2. Click on Mobile Network or Network.
  3. Set the value of the Data Services field to Off.
  4. Open the menu and select Save.
  5. Return to the Home screen.
  6. Turn the wireless transceiver off and then on again.
To enable (turn on) the wireless transceiver on the BlackBerry device, go to the Home screen and select the Turn Wireless On icon or open Manage Connections and select the wireless connection to be enabled. Once enabled, the icon will display Turn Wireless Off .

To disable (turn off) the wireless transceiver, go to the Home screen and select the Turn Wireless Off icon or open Manage Connections and select the wireless connect to be disabled. Once disabled, the icon will display Turn Wireless On.

I Hope it helped you.

Thank you for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

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PLEASE HELP! my tmobile G1 has been acting strange all day since I turned on phone. The phone went into safe mode now I have I'm in the bootup and it tells me to press home and back to reboot, and it wont...


so when your phone boots up in safe mode, it will only give you the ability to menus without any connection to wireless networks. you wont be able to view any apps or surf the web....

to fix this turn off the device and while its off, press and hold MENU and RED keys at the same time until you see the home screen

if that doesnt work, try to reset the device. i think thats what you were previously trying.....

when the handset is off, press HOME and POWER KEYS at the same time until a triangle with yellow "!" appears. release keys and slide open the keypad. press "ALT" and "W" at the same time until phone reboots. attempt to log in again.

good luck! :)

Dec 10, 2008 | HTC G1

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Back keys


IN this phone, there is no function like the other phones that lets you get to the previous place.
You may exit(minimize the currrent application by pressing the 'Menu' key.
Some third-party softwares have 'exit' option.
But the default applications do not provid the option to close application so that they remain minimized till the next time you open them, so that they are accessed fast.(They open fast).
Please Rate!

Jun 25, 2008 | Nokia 7710

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WLAN problems


Just some stabs in the dark:

1) Are the site and your iPAQ using the same security setting? Both must be the same: WEP, OPEN (none) or WPA.

2) Does the site require you to acknowledge an opening page FIRST before allowing you to proceed to the page you wish? This happens to me frequently. I'm redirected initally to an acknowledgement page (legalese) first and I (at first) didn't realize I have to scroll down, find the OK and click to proceed.

3) Sometimes in the past, I've had to disable security at the router (assuming you control it, like at home), connect in the open, turn security back on, reconnect using passkey and from then on, I'm connected without having to reenter key (based on setting). Didn't make any sense to me, but it seemed to work that was, for a couple different devices I own.

Oct 03, 2006 | HP iPAQ H5550 Pocket PC

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Blazer Speed


Blazer does have a cache, but I'm not sure exactly how it uses it. I did an experiment in an attempt to find out how much of a page it caches, but I didn't learn a lot. I went to a page, then jumped to another, then turned WiFi off. When I hit the "Back" button, the LifeDrive refused to open the page without me reactivating WiFi. Still, I can tell the cache is working. When I go to a site with lots of graphics, the first page opens kind of slowly. However, when I go to other pages on that site that have the same graphics, pages load more quickly. So, apparently at least some parts of a page go into a cache, but you can't view it entirely from the cache. Also, the delay in opening pages is often not the downloading of a page, but the rendering of it once it is downloaded. The cache can't help you there.

Sep 15, 2005 | Palm LifeDrive Mobile Manager Handheld

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How could I speed up browsing?


Blazer does have a cache, but I'm not sure exactly how it uses it. I did an experiment in an attempt to find out how much of a page it caches, but I didn't learn a lot. I went to a page, then jumped to another, then turned WiFi off. When I hit the "Back" button, the LifeDrive refused to open the page without me reactivating WiFi. Still, I can tell the cache is working. When I go to a site with lots of graphics, the first page opens kind of slowly. However, when I go to other pages on that site that have the same graphics, pages load more quickly. So, apparently at least some parts of a page go into a cache, but you can't view it entirely from the cache. Also, the delay in opening pages is often not the downloading of a page, but the rendering of it once it is downloaded. The cache can't help you there.

Sep 15, 2005 | Palm LifeDrive Handheld

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