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Old August 23rd, 2012, 06:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My Sensation recently rebooted on it's own and when it came back up there was a notification circle on top with an exclamation mark. When I clicked on it, the
message said: "There was an abnormal reset, do you want to tell HTC" This has happened a couple of times now. Only recently though. Any ideas?

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My Sensation recently rebooted on it's own and when it came back up there was a notification circle on top with an exclamation mark. When I clicked on it, the
message said: "There was an abnormal reset, do you want to tell HTC" This has happened a couple of times now. Only recently though. Any ideas?
Hi, I have had the last few days from about 27th Aug 2012 the exact same issue.

At first I thought it was the battery getting knocked causing it to go off but then I noticed it was actually resetting not just switching off.

It happenned about 3 times yesterday all while using Googlemaps/Navigation Beta, I got that annoyed I uninstalled the recent Maps update & restarted the phone, then let it update the app again.

It might not have been just that but it hasn't happenned since. Fingers crossed....
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Since posting, I have found out that it is maps that causes it. I have gone back to an earlier version until there is a fix
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Since posting, I have found out that it is maps that causes it. I have gone back to an earlier version until there is a fix
I've had also that "Abnormal reset" on my HTC One X ... and now I remember that it occured after updating Maps.

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6.11 has now been released that fixes it it also fixes latitude issue
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