03-26-2006, 12:25 AM #1
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- Mar 2006
Help!Stuck at PALM powered Screen
I install UDMH and JLP emulator on my Palm Tungsten E2 ??but I forgot run UDMH before JLP ,when I run JLP emulator,then my palm frozen .so I did a soft reset.But Palm Tungsten E2 Stuck at PALM Powered screen. It stays on that screen and goes not further. I cannot shut the Tungsten E2 off.
I held the power key , and then hit reset button in the back and released it, the screen went blank, then trned back on and I let go of the power button . I see the message "Erase all data? YES=up button NO=any other button",after I press up button ,It still sits at the PALM powered screen and goes not further.
No blinking line apears at the top.
Can I do anything to save this E2 from having to send it to get repaired?
03-26-2006, 05:37 AM #2
Hello epeppanda, Welcome to BrightHand
one option as far as I see it:
open the device and disconnect the battery.
If you are still under warranty, send it in.Digital since 1980, handheld since 2001
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03-27-2006, 07:54 PM #3
Re: Help!Stuck at PALM powered Screen
If you had browsed a bit in this forum, you would have found a lot of issues like yours. The advice was:
- either disconnect the battery for half a minute...
- or leave your Palm untouched for 7 days after it had run out of power, then plug it into the charger (works in most of the cases).
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