My iPaq is totally locked up, has been for DAYS, maybe months. I didn't use it at all over the summer, so it sat in its recharging cradle recharging the whole time.
It constantly has a blue and white screen up that says "HP iPAQ Mobile Media Companion" and a status bar that is full (100%). It won't turn off, the little reset button doesn't work, and popping out the battery and turning it back on only sends it back to the status bar screen.
I've also tried pushing each button to rouse it to its senses, and I've tried to synchronize it with my computer but it doesn't recongize that the iPaq is on its cradle (double-checked and the USB and power are correctly connected).
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I`m sorry no ingles. mi problema es no conecting Microsof
activesync information windows (No se encuentra punto deentrada del procedimiento CeSvcOpenW en la biblioteca de Vinculos dinamicos CEUTL.dll) please solution problem
There are some known issues with the included charging equipment. Personally, I ordered a relatively inexpensive charger from Amazon.com that works wonderfully. All you really need is a device that turns a standard wall plug into a USB charger. You can then plug your base that the ipaq stands on into that and it should begin charging. The old battery is probably dead (mine was), but try to charge it anyway.
Note: The actual cord that came with my charger DID NOT WORK. It is sitting in a box somewhere, and if its the same thing I had (it probably is), then you just need the wall-to-USB converter.
The ipaq has no phone-capable speaker system. The speakers in a phone are designed to allow the user, but no others, to hear the conversation. ipaq speakers do not have this capability. Also, the speaker and microphone are on the same end of the system. If HP had intended the ipaq for phone use, they would be higher quality, and on opposite ends of the device.
Salut, daca esti din Romania, inscrie-te te rog pe www.phpbbplanet.com/matzahajuta.. e un forum specializat in genul asta de probleme. Vei primi un rezolvare in aceasi zi. PDA-ul tau se poate repara.
PS. eu administrez forumul ala, dar prefer ca acele informatii sa ne fie accesibile si noua romanilor pana sa ajungem pana pe site-urile de afara.
See Page 15 of your Manual supplied with your device. If you don't have it, it is:
'Window' logo in the top left-hand corner of the screen, or from the 'Start' menu, tap settings/Today/ Items, then check/uncheck iPAQ entertainment. If iPAQ entertainment is checked all other options are overridden.
I believe that your GPS receiver is blutooth enabled. I believe the output COM Port for the RX3715 is com port 6 and follow the advice in the following address. It should be the same or similar but this represents a different model and the com port they refer to is com port 8 for ipaq 3970.
Did you check if the PDA was hot? My battery was totally dead one day when I picked my 3715 up, just to found out it was blistering hot (was turned off) and even the backup battery was empty.
Running fine now after hardresetting it, but still...