My Casio now freezes at the Today screen when I first power it up. I have to do a warm reboot each time and then it's fine. If I then turn it off again and turn it back on using the power button, it freezes again till I warm reboot it. I have changed both batteries, but don't know what's wrong with it..Can anyone offer any suggestions?
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Before turning off the device close all applications running in the background.
If this solves your problem it is time to do a full cleanup & adding some application like Gigabar or KillMe to help you quickly close the unused applications to free required memory.
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Yes, you can reboot the phone. Remove the battery for 1 minute and restart phone. My phone does the same issue. It is clashing with one of the APP's that I have downloaded. There are two options. You can remove app's one at a time until you find or you can factory reset your phone
If you save your important information and have all you cd disc to reinstall a fresh o/s. This can change what is happening to you.Some times I just will reinstall it a few times over again just to make me feel better.It seem to run extra fine after that.... thesuperboss
The Casio PDAs will quit charging very quickly if the battery is very, very discharged. If you continue to remove and re-insert the charger into the PDA's power socket, the recharging cycle will last longer and longer until finally the stupid thing will fully recharge its battery.
I have two Casio PDA's and three batteries that were recovered after a bit of tedious struggle to force the charging cycle to complete.
The memory problem can be fixed easily. It is not only you. It is a common problem with some pocket pc.
Instructions according to Casio Customer Service:
You will have to back up all of the data. Then remove the backup battery and main battery for ten minutes. Restore all of your files and you should be back in business. Also, to prevent this from happening again and to keep program memory high, perform a soft reset at least once daily.
This will almost certainly fix your problem.