April 1st, 2011, 09:33 AM
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Originally Posted by glenlee
We're using the LG Ally in a business as a GPS tracking device for our trucks, the phone is disabled. A few of the phones are stuck in a reboot loop. None of us are Android Geeks, so short of bringing the phone back to Verizon we don't know what to do.
We're using Load Trek as the tracking app. Some of the working phones crash immediately when we try to load Load Trek. I'm wondering if the rebooting loop phones are trying to start Load Trek on startup and crashing due to a bug in Load Trek.
In the phones I've be able to bring current on the software the problem has not surfaced. I've yet to find a way to interrupt the phones in the reboot loop so I can update Android, Froyo, and Load Trek.
1. Is there a way to interrupt the boot cycle in the rebooting phones and boot into some kind of a safe mode, and manually delete Load Trek? If so please give a step by step explanation how to do it. I'm a Debian end user, so I'm not a complete idiot, but I can't read between the lines, so please don't skip any steps.
2. Could there be another problem we should be looking for that could be triggering this?
Hey Bro we have a Trucking business too that uses these phones.
What does Load Trek do?
Also is there any other apps that yall use for the business? Do you happen to know of a good GPS tracking app so we can track our Truckers.
Were a Hot Shot company. What do yall do?
Were based in Houston Tx.
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