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Old February 2nd, 2013, 07:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Won't switch off when charging...

I've had the Ace 2 for three weeks and I'm loving it so far. However, last night I encountered a new issue. I used to be able to switch off my phone and put it on charge (briefly displaying a partly-full battery on the screen). Now, I turn off my phone and put it on charge and it turns itself back on again automatically. If I turn it off when it's already on charge, it also turns itself back on again.

This is a fairly big issue for me as I don't want to be disturbed by texts/emails/Facebook alerts all night. I've solved it temporarily by turning off all vibrations when on silent mode, but having to turn it on and off all the time will be a bit of a pain compared to before.

I was wondering if this had happened to anyone else and, if so, how you fixed it? I've taken the battery out and put it back in and it's made no difference.

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