Notice when using 3rd party Today plug-in's, there is a very high probability that the OPTION screen for the phone cannot be launched. This happens with SPB PocketPlus 3.x, SBSH's PocketBreeze, etc.
I have also noticed that even I set auto answer after 3 rings, it has never worked.
Any work around?
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Re: HW6515 Phone Option Screen fail to launch
Sounds like it might be time to test things in a vanilla fresh setup..........
-Backup your system via iPAQ backup to an SD card (or ipaq file store if you have room)
Warning, following will delete all main memory and set back to factory default!
-do a hard reset (hold in power and reset for 20 seconds)
-Test programs again, see if it acts the same.
You can then restore your setup via iPAQ backup again if needed.
You can also poke around the following site for suggestions on tested task managers and today screen apps. (I use HandySwitcher)
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1) First you need to plug the usb cable from the phone to your computer/ laptop.
2) then an option will most likely pop up in the front of the screen or on the notifications bar.
3) Choose the option (mount external memory/ SD card)
4) then wait a couple of seconds and then your computer will recognize that the SD card on the phone was found.
5) choose the option to open/view the files and folders on the SD card.
6) Depending if you used a 3rd party app for the camera or the original one the folder your looking for should be called "DCIM"
7) Open that folder and your pictures will all be there for you to copy/email/edit to your heart's content.
This type of problem came by the downloading of third party software which is not compatible with your device or Blackberry .
You have to delete some application form your device , which is not compatible of your device.
Or you have to reset/format your device .
How to delete third party application : 1in screen menu è press “Option” 2press “AdvanceOption” 3press “Applications” 4select third party application (which is in bold letter) 5press the “Menu” key and Delete.
Please follow the below instruction “How to wipe the device”
1in screen menu è press “Option” 2Press “Security Options” 3Press “General Setting” 4Press the track wheel and select “Wipe Handset” 5If you like to include the third party software , please check mark on “include third party application” then press “continue” 6Type “blackberry” then press the track wheel and select OK
This is because you have installed a third party application on your HH.Do hard reboot,connect to desktop manager and click on Application Loader ,delete all third party software.Use Application Loader to reinstall the applications on the handheld.Select the Erase Existing Applications option and dont install any third party software.
This will occur if the DS is set to a language other than English, or the game options have been set to a different language. To correct this, 1. Launch the game and get to the main menu. 2. Choose the 3rd option in the list (this will be Options) 3. On the next menu, choose the 3rd option in the list (this will be language) 4. On the next screen the first option will be English. Select that 5. Then select Back (the very bottom option). 6. Choose Load Game. 7. Choose a save slot to load and choose Yes, then ok. 8. Press the Start button on the DS and choose Exit. Choose Yes to Quit Game. 9. Restart the DS. 10. Launch the game again. It should have saved the language setting.
When an application fails to run, start the Program Compatibility Wizard by clicking on Start \ Control Panel and select 'Use an older program with this version of Windows' listed at the bottom of the side bar. -Click Next to start the wizard. -In the next screen, I like to choose the first option instead of hunting around for the program executable. If you do know where the executable resides, select the third option. -Click Next to continue. -Once the list is displayed, scroll through and find the application you want to run in Compatibility mode. -Click Next to continue. -Select the version of Windows, the application was originally written to run on. If you do not know, start out with Windows XP (SP2). One advantage of using the wizard is the test mode functionality shown later. --The next screen list options if your program has problems handling the higher quality video of Vista. For now, click Next to continue. After the wizard completes and the test fails, you will have the option to return to this screen. Experiment with the settings by starting off with disabling visual themes and desktop composition, if you can't get things working. The below table list definitions for each setting:
Run in 256 colors - This forces the entire screen to 256 colors while the application is running
Run in 640×480 screen resolution — Runs the program in a smaller-sized window. Try this setting if the graphical user interface appears jagged or is rendered improperly.
Disable visual themes - Disables themes on the program. Try this setting if you notice problems with the menus or buttons on the title bar of the program.
Disable desktop composition - Turns off transparency and other advanced display features. Choose this setting if window movement appears erratic or you notice other display problems.
Disable display scaling on high DPI settings - Turns off automatic resizing of programs if large-scale font size is in use. Try this setting if large-scale fonts are interfering with the appearance of the program.
-Next, if the application requires Administrative privileges, select this option. --Otherwise click Next. --NOTE--:You will have the option to return to this setting if the program fails to run during the test. -On the next screen, click Next to test the application. If successful select the first option and click Next to continue. -If the application failed to run or has problems (such as video), select the second option to go back and make additional changes. ---After a successfull test, select either Yes or No to send information to Microsoft, then click Finish to save your settings. To reset the compatibility settings back to the original settings, run the wizard again and in the 'Select a compatibility mode for the program', select the last option to 'not apply a compatibilty mode'. -One big advantage to using the Program Compatibility Wizard, is that you can view which programs or applications are running in compatibility mode by running the wizard and checking the settings column. -If running an older software application in compatability mode fails, check the software manufacturer site for information or updates to the software.