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Old December 13th, 2010, 05:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Notsure Screen time out lock assistance please

Hi, I just got a loner Galaxy from Bell while my phone is getting repaired (thank you 2.2 update ) Anyways to make a long story short this thing keeps locking up the screen. I changed the screen timeout to 1 minute but it goes black before that and I have to hold down the unlock button.

Is this a thing with this phone or can I turn it off?

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Old December 18th, 2010, 03:50 AM   #2 (permalink)
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no one? there has to be someone with i7500. Does the screen lock come on all the time or can you change it?
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no one? there has to be someone with i7500. Does the screen lock come on all the time or can you change it?
I currently have Froyo on my i7500, but this has never been an issue for me on 1.6 or even on 1.5. Changed it to one minute right away and it worked just fine.

Since you have a replacement phone, I can't really suggest to change the firmware or stuff like that.
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I currently have Froyo on my i7500, but this has never been an issue for me on 1.6 or even on 1.5. Changed it to one minute right away and it worked just fine.

Since you have a replacement phone, I can't really suggest to change the firmware or stuff like that.
Yep, so putting custom ROM is a no go. Just bare with it until you get your original one back.
Otherwise, Bell will not be so happy about it, maybe shocked at first to see Froyo on the unit.
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