Question about ASUS MyPal A730 Pocket PC
I recently flew longhaul and my battery was removed. When I switched it on again it attempted to restore the info but something went wrong. (possibly the battery was flat) When I was able to reset it - all info has disappeared and it's back to square one. I have a backup on my SD disc but the filename doesn't show when I get into the Asus Backup.I can't type in a file name - it won't let me. Is there some way of doing this? I have also tried to connect to my active sync on my computer which has files backed up but it doesn't recognise the pda and I am not sure what I called it last. When I looked at the file it had my first name and surname (last name) on it so I have renamed the user using the same again. Help!!!! How do I restore all the info from my backup?
My Asus A639 is also frozen on the blue Heart of Technology screen AGAIN. None of the buttons work, hold button is not active, cannot switch it off. The first time it was fixed by Asus under warrantee - took 5 weeks. The freeze might be related to using GPS software Copilot V6 - not certain.
Help please - how do I do a total reset?
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
SOURCE: Sound Problem on ASUS A636N
The problem is related to TomTom software. There are two methods to solve this problem.
(1) You can choose to install TomTom 6.1 which has solved the sound problem if TomTom V6.1 is available for end user.
(2) Find “BtCoreIf.dll”in Windows directory and rename it to "BtCoreIf.old”. Then, reset the device to solve the sound problem.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Next to the headphone jack, on the longer side, you will find a "HOLD" slider switch. It is presently showing red, meaning engaged. Push it back to the off, or normal position. This will release the lockup.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
SOURCE: Asus A639 wont start
Solved the same problem after it was bloking at boot screen
Pay attention to the way you format the card before starting firmware upgrade, look here : :
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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If you repeatedly enter the wrong passcode, your iPhone will be disabled for longer intervals before you can try again. After too many unsuccessful attempts, you won't be able to try again until you connect it to the computer with which you last synced it [if it has been synced to a computer].
Note: You can configure your device to erase itself after ten consecutive incorrect password attempts. This setting is off by default. It can be turned on by tapping Settings > General > Passcode Lock.
If you cannot remember the passcode, you will need to restore your device using the computer with which you last synced it [or iCloud]. This allows you to reset your passcode and resync the data from the device (or restore from a backup). If you restore on a different computer that was never synced with the device, you will be able to unlock the device for use and remove the passcode, but your data will not be present.
Please also note that Apple representatives can't unlock an iPhone for you without restoring the iPhone, either. The restore process will erase everything on it.
Apple's official instructions to restore an iPhone with iTunes are:
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