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Windows Mobile 2003


Narayan Adhikari

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Hi there,

I have XDA IIi WM2K3 Pocket PC. Sometimes I loose the icon for changing orientation (portrait/landscape) from my Today Screen. I still get that one in O2 Active UI. I have not idea which program is causing it to disappear.
Any clue how to get it back again (without hard re-set.)
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Narayan

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ßeta

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Do a Soft Reset..

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Narayan Adhikari

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The soft-reset doesn't help either!

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ßeta

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Use File Explorer and navigate to \My Device\Windows\Start up is there a rotate.dll or screenrotate.dll in this folder..??

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ßeta

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Also have a look here.. Seems to be a problem on the Alpine (AKA XDAIIi) click here

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Narayan Adhikari

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Thanks Beta for your continued advice.
I couldn't find any of those .dll files you've mentioned in startup folder of windows. Could that be the reason? How can I recover this file? More over the link you've provided for xda-developers site doesn't show up anything.
Regards!

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Go to click here

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