I'm trying to check if a XDA or Joranda 928 is connected to the mobile phone
network, then switch it on and off.
I'm having a few problems....
1) How do I know that I have the right line as lineInitializeEx is telling
me there are 7 of them. At present I iterate all of them and pick the one
that has INTERACTIVEVOICE assigned to it. However I should be able to use
lineOpen with LINEMAPPER but this is always returning no handle.
2) I think the function I need to use is lineGetEquipmentState however I can
only get version 2.0 and I think this needs 2.2 with extensions.
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at the moment im currently finding a soloution for this on my own xda orbit. im going to start by dismantling the phone to see if there is a loose connection etc..
also gona try hard reset if it still persists but if it dont work i think its an issue with the battery which id get off ebay, they cost about £5 but ill try these first before i spend money, ill be doing these tonight so ill let you know what happens tomorow.
Hi. You can use a free software for PocketPC such as PIM Backup (To download and read instructions (You may need to create an account in order to download the .cab file): http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=299705). This software will backup all your Appointments, SMS, Mails, MMS, Contacts and Tasks in a single file in less than a minute, and you can restore them also. As a second choice, you can connect your PDA to your PC/Laptop and you can syncronize your phone book with Microsoft Outlook (Using ActiveSync), that way your phonebook will be backed up to your PC. Hope this helps.
Simply, tap your device and go to Connections > check the networks and let you select the networks manually and automatic. if still doesn't work, Insert your sim card to other mobile phone and see if you still don't have your signal. Maybe the sim card was damaged. If not, perhaps the phone has it. Anyway, does your phone locked to another network provider? pls check.
i've gotten that a couple times when trying to connect via the internal modem, a simple reset usually fixed it. If your wifi settings are messed up make sure your wifi switch is on, ensure it is enabled in com manager too. Also, try removing the wireless network via the software and adding it again.
if all that fails do a hard reset. If that fails you are pretty much out of luck. I had two MDA's.... they both slowly got **** as months went by and i constantly had to reload the firmware, you may want to consider a different model
plug in your charger to your phone, find something small to stick into the reseting hole, when your phone turns on, go into settings>power>advanced: un-click the "turn off device if not used for"
it may drain your battery faster, BUT it works!!! :D