New toy!!

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  1. hanny

    hanny Newbie

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    sorry i deleted it all.
     
  2. bigbadbob

    bigbadbob Notebook Enthusiast

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    no worries mate. so did I.
    If anyone else still has the british gas backup file i'd be interested.
     
  3. hanny

    hanny Newbie

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    try hard reset without sd and backup file.
     
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    bigbadbob Notebook Enthusiast

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    I gave it a try but mine has been factory re-set.
     
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    The display protector glass of my Samsung B2700 broke last week. So I had the excuse for my girl to buy an other phone ;-)
    I got also today my CF-P2 from UK. It's a unit without WLAN and a castrated OS. To get access to the normal Windows Menu I connected it via the Car-adapter via usb to my cf-29, where active-sync from my HTC was installed. After a hard reset the screen, where I have to calibrate the touchscreen on the cf-p2, will pop in front. Now I copied the content of the '...windows/start menu' folder from the phone to my laptop and after calibrating the touchscreen and the restart of the phone I copied it back and deleted the content of the '...windows/start up' folder. After an softreset now I have an normal windows mobile menu, with access to the backup point :)
    And I could not use my sd-card. :-( So I want to look for the contact pins on the holder and by the way I disassembled the phone :)
    Here are the pics of the inside, boards, antennas and connectors (I also found the place for the wifi-card) :
     

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    onirakkiss Notebook Deity

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    next 5 pic from the inside:
     

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    and last 5 pics:

    (PS:does anyone know, which maxsize and type of sd-card will work in a cf-p2?)
     

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    Old Git Notebook Consultant

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    "(PS:does anyone know, which maxsize and type of sd-card will work in a cf-p2?)"

    I have a 2Gb Sandisk in mine that works perfectly - just plug and play.

    I have just got my hands on a Pretech SDIO 802.11b Wireless LAN card. When I've had time to play around with it, I'll report back
     
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    Nice, thank u.
    Anyone who know, where to find an schematic diagram for the cf-p2?
     
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    I have the user manuals for the P2 and the docking station, but not the service manual.
     
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