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  1. #1
    Kinggo
    Guest
    Hi!

    My phone worked fine till today. I put it on charger over night. I turned it
    on at 10am and then I noticed that after about 6 hrs battery was down to
    40%. Normally it should be 90%. I put it on charge again and then I turned
    on my PC and found out that it can't connect with my phone. The router
    starts to connecting but that's it. Then I tried to turn on the IR. Nothing!
    After I press "done" nothing happens. It returns to control panel but
    there's no sign of IR connection. BT also doesn't work. When I try to turn
    it on it freezes the control panel, I can switch to aplication list but not
    to phone. And it can't be turned off normally: I have to hold down the power
    button for 10s.
    I did the master reset and it didn't help. Any advice would be appriciated!

    Mario





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  2. #2
    nookiehunter
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    Re: P800- Broken or what?


    uh oh... that is a problem. have it flashed @ your nearest SE service
    point. the software must have been corrupted or something.


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  3. #3
    Shane Scott
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    Re: P800- Broken or what?

    The phone may be locked up, and you may not even know it...(sometimes
    bluetooth or something will lock up the phone, and even though something has
    crashed, it will NOT display the 10sec reset animation) I have noticed too
    that when the phone crashes or displays and error that the battery gets
    really hot, and the power consumption goes way, way up...I think that is the
    phones way of resetting itself if you are not around to do it...it just uses
    up all its power and then shuts off by itself..

    Press and hold down the power button on the side, and keep it pressed for at
    least 10 seconds....then try and restart your phone...

    See if the problem persists....

    On 08.04.03 17h06, in article [email protected],
    "nookiehunter" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > uh oh... that is a problem. have it flashed @ your nearest SE service
    > point. the software must have been corrupted or something.
    >
    >
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    > nookiehunter - Battousai: MIDI Slasher
    > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > Posted via MIDIBuddy - Professional MIDI Files and Music Community
    > http://midibuddy.net
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  4. #4
    kinggo
    Guest

    Re: P800- Broken or what?

    A friend of mine started two apps at the same time. Both of them were
    commpressed with "stacker". One was about 1MB and the other was MGS with
    three games installed. The phone mannaged to start both of them but then it
    froze. So I've done the 10s reset and everything seemd normal. It was 11PM
    so I put it on charge and went to sleep. -see my firs post-

    I didn't want to get it flashed untill I found out what happened. Some how
    the part of the firmware that is used for BT (and obviously for all other
    types of communication) was ereased. The phone itself said "error 1 occured"
    when I tried to check out the firmware revision in service mode. It has
    been flashed to R2F and now works fine.

    And now I want to now what happens if I format internal disk. I would like
    to make a completly new system now when I know what apps do I need and use.
    Will it somehow affect the firmware (though I think it's in ROM drives), or
    just delete that "registry" info of all apps that were on the phone?
    And I need a confirmation that CDA part of the firmware is unavailable to
    see on R2F.

    Thanks!
    Mario

    ps JEXED RULES!!!!
    "Shane Scott" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:BB5BB3A8.AAC8%[email protected]
    > The phone may be locked up, and you may not even know it...(sometimes
    > bluetooth or something will lock up the phone, and even though something

    has
    > crashed, it will NOT display the 10sec reset animation) I have noticed

    too
    > that when the phone crashes or displays and error that the battery gets
    > really hot, and the power consumption goes way, way up...I think that is

    the
    > phones way of resetting itself if you are not around to do it...it just

    uses
    > up all its power and then shuts off by itself..
    >
    > Press and hold down the power button on the side, and keep it pressed for

    at
    > least 10 seconds....then try and restart your phone...
    >
    > See if the problem persists....
    >
    > On 08.04.03 17h06, in article [email protected],
    > "nookiehunter" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > uh oh... that is a problem. have it flashed @ your nearest SE service
    > > point. the software must have been corrupted or something.
    > >
    > >
    > > --
    > > nookiehunter - Battousai: MIDI Slasher
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > > Posted via MIDIBuddy - Professional MIDI Files and Music Community
    > > http://midibuddy.net
    > > View this thread: http://board.midibuddy.net/t65803.html
    > >

    >






  5. #5
    kinggo
    Guest

    Re: P800- Broken or what?

    A friend of mine started two apps at the same time. Both of them were
    commpressed with "stacker". One was about 1MB and the other was MGS with
    three games installed. The phone mannaged to start both of them but then it
    froze. So I've done the 10s reset and everything seemd normal. It was 11PM
    so I put it on charge and went to sleep. -see my firs post-

    I didn't want to get it flashed untill I found out what happened. Some how
    the part of the firmware that is used for BT (and obviously for all other
    types of communication) was ereased. The phone itself said "error 1 occured"
    when I tried to check out the firmware revision in service mode. It has
    been flashed to R2F and now works fine.

    And now I want to now what happens if I format internal disk. I would like
    to make a completly new system now when I know what apps do I need and use.
    Will it somehow affect the firmware (though I think it's in ROM drives), or
    just delete that "registry" info of all apps that were on the phone?
    And I need a confirmation that CDA part of the firmware is unavailable to
    see on R2F.

    Thanks!
    Mario

    ps JEXED RULES!!!!
    "Shane Scott" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:BB5BB3A8.AAC8%[email protected]
    > The phone may be locked up, and you may not even know it...(sometimes
    > bluetooth or something will lock up the phone, and even though something

    has
    > crashed, it will NOT display the 10sec reset animation) I have noticed

    too
    > that when the phone crashes or displays and error that the battery gets
    > really hot, and the power consumption goes way, way up...I think that is

    the
    > phones way of resetting itself if you are not around to do it...it just

    uses
    > up all its power and then shuts off by itself..
    >
    > Press and hold down the power button on the side, and keep it pressed for

    at
    > least 10 seconds....then try and restart your phone...
    >
    > See if the problem persists....
    >
    > On 08.04.03 17h06, in article [email protected],
    > "nookiehunter" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > uh oh... that is a problem. have it flashed @ your nearest SE service
    > > point. the software must have been corrupted or something.
    > >
    > >
    > > --
    > > nookiehunter - Battousai: MIDI Slasher
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > > Posted via MIDIBuddy - Professional MIDI Files and Music Community
    > > http://midibuddy.net
    > > View this thread: http://board.midibuddy.net/t65803.html
    > >

    >








  6. #6
    kinggo
    Guest

    Re: P800- Broken or what?

    My apologize.
    Stupid outlook!!!!





  7. #7
    Just a Guy You Know
    Guest

    Re: P800- Broken or what?

    On Sun, 10 Aug 2003 23:20:18 +0200, "kinggo" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >And now I want to now what happens if I format internal disk. I would like
    >to make a completly new system now when I know what apps do I need and use.
    >Will it somehow affect the firmware (though I think it's in ROM drives), or
    >just delete that "registry" info of all apps that were on the phone?
    >And I need a confirmation that CDA part of the firmware is unavailable to
    >see on R2F.


    If you format the internal drive through the system menu, it
    completely wipes the internal filesystem and reloads it from the
    flashROM on the next boot. It will return everything to as if you
    just got it from the factory.

    I just did mine the other day to completely clean it out and get it
    back to "fresh" settings.




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