Depending on the type of update, the update may erase all your personal data and customized settings, and also remove any applications you’ve installed. Make sure that you’ve backed up the information and files you want to keep.
Do a factory reset to return HTC Jetstream to its original state before the first time you turned it on.
If you’re passing HTC Jetstream on to someone else or HTC Jetstream has a persistent problem that cannot be solved, you can perform a factory reset (also called a hard reset). Factory reset is not a step to be taken lightly. It’ll permanently delete all your data and customized settings, and will remove any applications you’ve downloaded and installed. Be sure to back up any data and files you want to keep before you do a factory reset.
The most convenient way to do a factory reset is via the settings.
If you can’t turn on HTC Jetstream or access the tablet settings, you can still perform a factory reset by using the buttons on HTC Jetstream.
When you tap with the tablet pen, you'll see the Pen options palette, where you can choose from a variety of pen types, strokes, and colors. Here are some of the pens and strokes you can use:
Your screen lock will be asked every time
HTC Jetstream is turned on or when it’s idle for a certain period of time.
If this fails, you can unlock
HTC Jetstream by entering your
Google Account user name and password.
If HTC Jetstream is running slower than normal, an application is not performing properly, or HTC Jetstream becomes unresponsive, try restarting HTC Jetstream and see if that helps solve the problem.
For example, if you have
Windows® 7 on your computer, you can open
Windows Media® Player and sync
HTC Jetstream as a portable media device.
After installing the latest upgrade, set up HTC Sync again to recognize and sync with HTC Jetstream.