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iPaq 2755 Keeps Turning ON

 
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jrrohan
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2009 2:02 pm    Post subject: iPaq 2755 Keeps Turning ON Reply with quote

This is a recent problem. My Ipaq 2755 has started turning on by itsself. I have to leave it in the cradle all the time or the battery will wear down. I have the settings set so it turns off after 30 sec. of inactivity but I don't want to have to keep it in the cradle all the time.
Any suggestions?


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Gerard
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2009 2:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It could be that you have installed some program which is routinely trying to update from the web, perhaps an RSS application or Twitter updater, maybe a weather plugin. Or it could be that your Activesync settings are such that the device is trying to synch on a schedule with an Exchange server. Try to find out whether some such thing is happening, perhaps by using a task manager to check for a service such as these running in the background. FdcSoft Task Manager works well for this sort of thing. I have, for instance, stopped all Bluetooth related services using Fdc and set them to manual start, as I never use Bluetooth. Reducing the background services by turning off things you know for certain you do not need could help keep this from happening to your device.
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