Warm Boot is a reset to re-boot the HT680 without losing saved data. Perform a warm boot when: The terminal fails to respond. After installing some software applications. After making changes to certain system settings, such as network cards.
WARNING – Performing a Warm Boot will result in the loss of all unsaved data!
Via Software: Locate the file “Windows/Boot.exe” and select “Warm Boot.”
Via Hardware: Using a blunt pin (like an unfolded paper clip), stab the warm-boot pinhole located on the front of the HT680, above the keypad. If there are two pinholes on the front of your device, the warm-boot is the right pinhole.
A Cold Boot is used to reset the operating system, restore the terminal back to factory default, and reset the terminal after a bootloader, keyboard, or kernel upgrade.
WARNING – Performing a Cold Boot will return the HT680 to its original factory settings!
Via Software: Locate the file “Windows/Boot.exe” and select Cold Boot.”
Via cold-boot pinhole: Using the same method as the hardware-based warm boot, locate the cold-boot pinhole on the front of your device. It will be the left of the two pinholes.
Remove the Mian Battery.
Switch OFF the Backup Battery.
Switch the Backup Battery back ON.
Insert the Main Battery.
The terminal will be cold started and reset back to factory defaults.
Recalibrate the screen and reset the date and time.