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Automatic HotSync on Palm Treo

Posted on 2007-08-10
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Last Modified: 2013-11-05
I have a Palm 680 Treo and everytime i turn it on hotsync automaticall runs even if it isn't hooked to the computer.  How do i make it so it doesn't automatically sync?
Question by:jmkotman
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1) When did this start happening ?

2)  Do you have the latest firmware installed ?

3) Did you check the palm site for known issues ?

4) Did you check the config options ?

It could also be a hardware issue o the palm itself.

I hope this helps !


Expert Comment

ID: 19672969
Sounds like you somehow set it up to do bluetooth hotsync - that's the only way i would think it would run without being hooked to the usb.  Check your bluetooth settings.


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