1. ktm97's Avatar
    Has any one seen how a reset will be performed, without being able to remove the battery and no reset hole like the 600, what will the ipeeps do?
    06-27-2007 12:41 PM
  2. CPL Radar's Avatar
    Same thing I did with my ipod after it developed issues, throw it away.
    06-27-2007 12:57 PM
  3. marcol's Avatar
    Has any one seen how a reset will be performed, without being able to remove the battery and no reset hole like the 600, what will the ipeeps do?
    Similar way to an iPod?

    http://www.apple.com/support/ipod/five_rs/
    06-27-2007 01:38 PM
  4. mikec#IM's Avatar
    You mean I have to connect it to a computer to reset?

    This may be the first phone in history to have this "feature"

    Laaaaaaaame.


    (I have to beleive there is a way to reset it similar to a Treo)
    06-27-2007 02:08 PM
  5. marcol's Avatar
    Not to soft reset. Read the page linked?
    06-27-2007 02:29 PM
  6. mikec#IM's Avatar
    Not to soft reset. Read the page linked?
    Reading is soooo 20th century. :-)

    Sorry...I'm thinking hard reset, when things are all fubar.

    Soft reset different.
    06-27-2007 02:44 PM
  7. Certs's Avatar
    Why would you need to reset? This isn't a Palm or WM device
    06-27-2007 03:03 PM
  8. shadowboxer's Avatar
    Why would you need to reset? This isn't a Palm or WM device
    Isn't that the truth.

    ( I write this just a few minutes after my phone does its twice daily crash, with prefs file saved by pref dr, with Resco BU used to restore my corrupted Zlauncher database, so that I can more easily access the $300 worth of "aftermarket" apps I had to add to my Palm treo 650 to make it useable....)
    06-27-2007 03:57 PM
  9. Certs's Avatar
    Isn't that the truth.

    ( I write this just a few minutes after my phone does its twice daily crash, with prefs file saved by pref dr, with Resco BU used to restore my corrupted Zlauncher database, so that I can more easily access the $300 worth of "aftermarket" apps I had to add to my Palm treo 650 to make it useable....)
    The 755p users all say that the reset problem is far better (even nonexistent to some)
    06-27-2007 04:00 PM
  10. shadowboxer's Avatar
    Yes, indeed...The four letter word that applies: "incremental" Just didn't see it as a big enough update to upgrade.
    06-27-2007 04:03 PM
  11. RICHINMJ's Avatar
    No applications, no resets. That simple.
    06-27-2007 06:08 PM
  12. tirk's Avatar
    It will be reset by Apple as part of the battery replacement service you'll need every other month? :evil:
    06-27-2007 06:11 PM
  13. MacUser's Avatar
    Isn't that the truth.

    ( I write this just a few minutes after my phone does its twice daily crash, with prefs file saved by pref dr, with Resco BU used to restore my corrupted Zlauncher database, so that I can more easily access the $300 worth of "aftermarket" apps I had to add to my Palm treo 650 to make it useable....)
    Amen, brother!
    06-27-2007 09:51 PM
  14. MacUser's Avatar
    It will be reset by Apple as part of the battery replacement service you'll need every other month? :evil:
    You gotta learn to say NO to drugs...:o
    06-27-2007 09:51 PM
  15. tirk's Avatar
    You gotta learn to say NO to drugs...:o
    Witty

    Apple themselves are claiming the battery will need replacing after 300-400 changes. Even if that's not exaggerated, a normal bell-curve will give a significant number of batteries failing in the range of a few months... Battery failure will be a problem for this Apple device.
    06-28-2007 04:50 AM
  16. bruckwine's Avatar
    Why would you need to reset? This isn't a Palm or WM device
    It shouldn't crasha s often as Palm no doubt! Mine does it about once a week...

    But it is still SOFTWARE and beleive me OS 10.4 crashes so why won't the mobile version? I never put my faith in technology always being 100%..not after HAL 3000!
    06-28-2007 06:44 AM
  17. Pearl_Diva's Avatar
    Admitting OS X crashes? You might get skinned by serious Apple fans, LOL!
    06-28-2007 07:10 AM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD