I have one of these phones and I am impessed.
The type of storage/memory used is non volitile so it is like a USB memory stick - no power is needed.
The downside of this type of memory is that it is slow, hence I recommend opening the apps you want and minimising them, maximising them when you need them takes a fraction of the opening time.
So in closing when you press the on /off switch it is off - just like a Usb memory stick removed from your pc.
Remember however if you want no battery use - switch off the phone, bt, gps, wi fi, - on the Ipaq wireless screen.
till next time - be blessed
toon9, on Dec 19 2006, 09:04, said:
HP iPAQ owners/users.............
Has anyone been able to establish how this device can be "powered off" ?
(Short of removing the battery............
I currently turn off all WiFi and then use the "suspend" option that is available.
Now I'm pretty sure this is HP's quirky "off" setting..........some kind of low power state.......I just wonder if anyone has any thoughts ?
Season greetings BTW