Touch Pro II is not an Android ?
Thank you JRParsons for your insightfull reply. I knew something was wrong,because I wasn't getting any search results.
I was truely concerned I'd get a Neg responce to my post(You know how some forums are?).
If the OP's a Newbie & shows even a bit of slackdackery regarding a proper search,then he'll be real lucky not to get a scollding.
So yeah,thanks Dude.
Ok,so my "HTC TP-II" is not a Droid,but rather a Windows-Phone,huh:disappointed:
Man,I could of swore I read it was a Android(My Bad).
But hey! You said you spent about a year and a half with a "HTC TP-II". Rite ?
So would you be good enough to offer insight regarding it's Reset Process" ?
I'd like to know if I'll get locked or looped out if I opt for a Reset(Hard/Soft) due to the fact that it has no service,no numbers,ect.
For instance,My Eris couldn't complete an activation call(it just kept dialing,never connecting) so the "Multi-Call/Hang Up Trick" was out.
Plus I didn't have the MDN/MIN or MSID numbers to enter during steps 6-8 outlined in the Bypass Activation Hack,so ass out on that one too.
Then I found out,my Eris "Vol-Down Button" is gone(Like someone picked at the inside of the Vol-Down buttons housing with a "Dental Pick" & left it hollow).
Which eliminated the only option I had left. So I was stuck in a "Reactivation Loop".
Yes,I eventually bypassed activation on that Eris. But all in all it took a bit of learning & research for this newbie to get it in a useable(iTouch) state,without askin for help. So what I learned is,I should explore the Pro's & Con's of the HTC TP-II reset process before I decide if I'll go for it or not.
Thanks for any consideration or direction you may give this matter.