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Old November 6th, 2013, 10:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default (Solved) Today my Centura shut off by itself

It's the first time this has happened, I just pulled it out of my pocket to unlock the screen and it was off. With computers I understand that things like this just happen from time to time, so i'm assuming with smart phones the same is true?

Either way I have a 2 year protection plan so I'm not worried.

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It hasn't happened again so I'll just consider it a fluke.
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Was your battery dead?

It's happened to me a time or two. I just turn it back on. No big deal.
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Same here. I have had my phone "lock up" and do a few "vibration dances" that it does everytime it has happened. Only while doing something. Oh.. it has also done it two other times when I turned wi-fi on. I chalk it all up to either the bloatware not leaving enough free RAM.
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My battery was almost full. You know I forgot to mention the "vibration dances" lol. I haven't had it shut off again, but the eBay app did freeze one day and cause some vibrations.
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Since I got my Centura replaced, there have been no more problems.
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Since I got my Centura replaced, there have been no more problems.

Cross your fingers! LOL!
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