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Topic # 8913 7-Aug-2006 02:47
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I just set up the phone service on my IPAQ 6315.  Many times when I use the Bluetooth (GPS and Ear Piece) or WI-Fi the phone will freeze and the light will be a steady orange.  Many times the green light will be flashing but when a call is attempted, a message will say operation failed, then it will say missing or invalid SIM's card.  I have to soft reset 2-3 times before the phone begins working normally again.  Many times it works fine.  I concacted HP and their only soultion was to try a hard reset.  Avoiding that soultion.

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  Reply # 43396 7-Aug-2006 08:02
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my partner has the same phone and it only happened very very little chance. But he doesn't/hasn't use Bluetooth headset or WIFI a lot. My guess is that, the Bluetooth and WIFI stacks probably hung the system up as i have experienced that with my imate smartphone2 when using Bluetooth quite a bit.




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Reply # 43398 7-Aug-2006 08:36
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I would also check if there is enough memory avaialble in the system. I recommend using MagicButton to actually close programs when not in use, thus saving memory. And I would also try and have all programs installed on a SD card instead of using the main memory.

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  Reply # 43659 10-Aug-2006 03:27
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Thanks for all the info.  Finally found the problem.  The lock on the SIM’s card retainer was broken and wouldn’t lock down.  Fixed the lock and the problem went away.

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Reply # 43660 10-Aug-2006 09:49
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An interesting piece of hardware to break! But good to know, and add to the list of things to check in the future.

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