HP Palm Pre 2 Specifications and Features

HP Palm Pre 2 HP Palm Pre 2 has 3.1” display featuring TFT Capacitive Touchscreen (320 x 480 pixels resolutions), Gorilla Glass protection, Multi Touch Input, Accelerometer and Proximity Sensors. It also equipped with a slide out Full QWERTY Keyboard (4 rows). It uses webOS version 2.0 that works along with 1GHz Processor and 512MB RAM. It only provides 16GB of internal storage without microSD Card slot. The connectivity features include: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g; Bluetooth version 2.1 with EDR and support A2DP, and microUSB v2.0. 5 MP camera is attached on the phone along with some features such as LED Flash for light artificial source assistance, Geo Tagging and Video recording capability.

Other included features are: GPS with A-GPS support; Skype for verizon wireless; POP3/ IMAP email client; Quick Office to view and edit Microsoft Office Document Spreadsheet or Presentation (word doc, excel xls and ppt powerpoint); PDF Reader; Google Maps; Verizon Navigator; Tethering; VPN; and more.

Hard Reset HP Palm Pre 2 to Restore Factory Settings

You can hard reset your HP Palm Pre 2 to restore the default factory settings by following below procedures:

  • Open Device Info image .
  • Tap Reset Options, see picture:
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  • Do one of the following:
  • To erase any applications you installed from App Catalog, as well as any information associated with those applications: Tap Erase Apps & Data twice.
  • To erase all files stored in USB drive storage, such as pictures, videos, and music: Tap Erase USB Drive twice.
  • To erase both your applications and USB drive storage files, as well as information about your Palm profile: Tap Full Erase. If you want a clean erase of your currently installed apps and files but plan to continue using the phone, tap Full Erase again. If you plan to give the phone away and you do not want your data and files to be recoverable even using a third-party tool, tap Secure Full Erase. This performs a complete wipe of the phone. Note that a secure full erase takes considerably longer than a “regular” full erase.