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Topic # 23400 27-Jun-2008 21:01
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Hi all,

Since a lot of people, like me, are switching to the okta touch i thought i'd ask for some help.

I've only had my okta about a month, and haven't downloaded any 3rd party software. BUT what I'm finding happening is after its in stand-by for a while, I press the "wake-up" button on the top, and the screen kinda lights up but stays blank. ?? It is doing it a lot now, and I take the battery out anf put it back. And sometimes the screen seems to "wobble" when I'm using the stylus.


It started doing it very suddenly, with no strange behviour before. The only internet i use is the xtra news headlines.

any help here would be good.



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  Reply # 141006 27-Jun-2008 22:09
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Should really get that looked at by the shop you bought it from? I don't think any of the guys here have experienced that. May be this should be moved to Windows Mobile forum?

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