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Sony Clie Resolution

Sony Clie Resolution

Sony Clie Resolution

I have a Sony Clie PEG-SJ30/U that was running fine until the battery died.  
Since the re-charge I am unable to change back to the default Hi-res look of the Clie and am stuck with it looking like a Palm.

Does anyone know how to change the resolution on the Clie's

Thanks in Advance

RE: Sony Clie Resolution

check the 'Prefs' application, then choose the HiRes tab, and make sure that the 'Enable High Resolution Assist' has the check marked before it.

RE: Sony Clie Resolution

another thing... if the low resolution is mostly when you are looking at the programs browser (whaever it is called when you hit the home button)

Try Menu -> Options -> preferences
Select Icon(small) or preferred display in the View By option

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