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xv6700 reset

Discussion in 'All Other Brands of Wireless Phones' started by granpuhba, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. granpuhba

    granpuhba New Member

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    sorry if im posting in the wrong thread, but i need info on hard restting of my xv6700, any info would be helpful. thanx
     
  2. AJE

    AJE Bronze Senior Member
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    a quick google search will produce the answer needed

    hard reset xv6700 - Google Search

    The funny thing is the second result is a link to WA

    But basically you hold the two soft keys in and press the reset button with your stylus.
     
  3. zamboni77

    zamboni77 Supreme CadGuru
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    AJE,
    How do you like the mogul? I hear its pretty solid.
     
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    Not sure if the OP wanted a hard or soft reset??? Just remember you will loose all information on your device when a hard reset is done. It is a very good idea to back up your info with activesync and either Sprite back up or SPB back up. :)
     
  5. granpuhba

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    thanks guys as always you are very helpful :D
     
  6. zamboni77

    zamboni77 Supreme CadGuru
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    I swear that the smartphone people are a different breed.
    These are more than phones, they are mini computers.
     
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    AJE Bronze Senior Member
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    This phone is the bees knees compared to the 6700. The size is great and the touch screen is very responsive. It does tend to use up all the memory but all you have to do is throw the "X-Button" program on there and your good to go!
     

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