Zire 71 FAQ

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  1. Legodude522

    Legodude522 Linux Evangelist

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    He is refering to the sticker on the back of the Zire 71.
     
  2. Nine

    Nine Ooh NO, missus...

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    So he is. I'm so sorry. Ignore me. As usual. :rolleyes:
     
  3. maximillian_x

    maximillian_x Mobile Consultant

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    The screen? I'm applying the sticker to the rear housing (i.e. plastic).

    The adhesive is made to be somewhat removable, and from what I know about scrapbooking (from my wife, again...!) the preservation of the materials is tantamount to any other criteria when selecting and using certain glues, papers, and other materials.

    As far as removing the sticker, I had to start the removal with a razor blade, being careful not to gouge the housing during the process. Once you get it started, it will lift, but probably leave a bunch of adhesive after everything's said and done. You'd have to remove any remaining adhesive from the housing in addition to the sticker itself before re-applying.

    Rob
     
  4. maximillian_x

    maximillian_x Mobile Consultant

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    Just this once, Nine! :)
     
  5. Legodude522

    Legodude522 Linux Evangelist

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    There are 3 phillips screws under the Zire 71 sticker.

    Only 1 for the Zire 72 as shown here which I cut a nice neat slit.
     
  6. mypalmpal

    mypalmpal Newbie

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    not sure if i'm in the right place to ask but here goes. my 71 won't turn on even in the cradle. cradle is fine as i hooked up the wife's and no problem. does this mean the battery is dead?
    thanks!
     
  7. holvoetn

    holvoetn Still a moderator ...

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    Hello mypalmpal, Welcome to BrightHand :D:D:D

    Have you tried an in-cradle reset ? Put on cradle, soft reset and leave charging for some hours.
    Sometimes this can 'revive' otherwise lost units due to recalibration of internal battery circuitry.
     
  8. mypalmpal

    mypalmpal Newbie

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    hey! thanks the soft reset did the trick! either i missed it or never knew it till i got here! now i can look into all the other cool ideas posted!
    thanks again!:D :D :D :rolleyes:
     
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    You're welcome :)
     

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