Ok this problem is very common in 600`s i have good and bad news
first go to the phone application and phone info
see what hardware u have A B C
A&B are toast and nothing can correct the problem
if your in hardware C your in good luck
bad news my first treo had this same exact problem and i had to replace it:( BUT BUT BUT!! it was caused by a 3rd party program that messed would auto reset my treo everytime it came on unfourntely uninstalling it didnt work and the wireless mode never came on..
got my second treo and had the same problem but i did not hot sync and intsted beamed using infared all my data and the problem never occured but sometimes
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If you want to try a simple solution, Go to Settings, Wireless and Networks, then Turn on "Airplane Mode" wait until you see an airplane on the top status bar of your phone... then Turn OFF "Airplane mode" If that doesn't work, and you want to reset your phone, take it to the place you bought it or any place that is on your carrier.
Try turning off your phone and headset. Turn your phone back
on and put the headset into pairing mode (the headset needs to be turned
off when starting the pairing mode) pull up your menu on your Bluetooth
phone and select the headset then try reconnecting the two again.
Airplane Mode (Motorola CLIQ™ with MOTOBLUR™) NOTE: Airplane mode turns off the wireless radio. This allows you to use programs while travelling on an airplane, but not make or receive calls. An Airplane icon appears on top of the signal bar when airplane mode is active. To turn Airplane mode on or off, refer to the following: ---------------------------------------
Using the Lock key
To use the Lock key to turn off Airplane mode, perform the following steps: 1. At the Home screen, press and hold the Power/Lock key on the right side of your phone.
2. At Airplane mode, tap On or Off.
Using the Settings menu
To turn the Airplane mode on or off using the Settings menu, perform the following steps: 1. At the Home screen, press the Menu key.
2. Tap Settings.
3. Tap Wireless controls.
4. Tap Airplane mode to turn on or off.
Power the device off, while it is off press and hold the Menu button and the Red Power Button at the same time, when the phones boots back up the Safe Mode should be off. If this does not work a Master Reset may be required.
How Do I Access Airplane Mode On My MetroPCS SCH-I220 (Code) Phone?
Although the handset does not feature the traditional airplane mode function, all wireless connections can be disabled while still allowing the use other common tasks, such as Microsoft Office Mobile applications, Windows Media Player and games.
To disable all wireless connections follow the steps below:
From the home screen, press the left soft key for Start
Press the left soft key for More
Select Connections (6)
Select Wireless Manager (1)
Highlight All then press the OK button to disable all wireless connections
To turn off flight mode, repeat these steps and it should turn your phone back on.
There are 2 ways to turn on headset mode. One is by programming, the other is by setting up a button.
Find a spare button of the 24 and label it HDST. Press PROG the button and dial 67 press ENTER then EXIT. When you press the button, the display will say HEADSET MODE ON and the button will light.Press it again to turn it off.
Press PROG Dial 61 ENTER and then SEL until the display says HEADSET MODE ON or OFF, then ENTER and EXIT.
Both work, but only one give you an indication when it's turned on.