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Complete Rebuild of Palm V

Complete Rebuild of Palm V

Complete Rebuild of Palm V

(OP)
Hello!  I just purchased a Palm V from a friend and it has all of his user settings, profiles, etc...  I want to completely start over from scratch and rebuild this unit with all my info.  Problem is I don't know what to do in order to complete this task.  Anyone have any advice on where to begin?
Also, does anyone know if Lotus Apps work on Palm Devices?

Thanks!

NT

RE: Complete Rebuild of Palm V

You have to perform a hard-reset. In the back of the Palm there is a little hole where, using a paper-clip, you reach a reset button. well, if you press it, you just reset, but if you do it while pressing the power button it displays a question asking if you want to delete all your data. If you press the up button EVERYTHING will be deleted, it will be as if you have a completely new device. You will lose all the apps too, so I would sync first to back up the apps I'd want to save. Then re-install them.


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RE: Complete Rebuild of Palm V

(OP)
Thank you very much!  It worked just fine for me and now I am looking for clear and precise instructions on how to upgrade this unit to 8MB of Ram instead of this puny 2MB piece of...

But thank you again for your help!

NT

RE: Complete Rebuild of Palm V

try gethightech.com they should have the info/chips that you need

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