bug fix update problems

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ericktrejo987, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. ericktrejo987

    ericktrejo987 Member
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    1. sometimes when you unlock the screen you get this weird static screen for like half a second

    2. holding down the menu button still doesnt do anything

    3. when you're charging your phone it doesnt show the percentage

    4. cant uninstall where's waldo and midnight bowling.

    5. sometimes you have to push the actual unlock button for the screen to turn on instead of any of the buttons (i do this to check the time)

    never had the SD card or vibrating problems so i dunno if they got completely fixed.


    anyone else having these problems?
     

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  2. behold_this

    behold_this Well-Known Member
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    to check the time after the update you need to press the power/hang up button

    also menu button brought up keypad on mine when i was running stock and when i would press a key it would go to contacts.
     
  3. chadmd23

    chadmd23 Well-Known Member
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    If you search, someone posted almost the exact post as this.
     
  4. yatimameiji

    yatimameiji Well-Known Member
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    Yea I did :p

    I have noticed the static image happening more often, but no problems from it. Besides the end call/power button, the cube button will also wake the screen. If you read the threads on rooting/roms and such you'll see how to use adb to remove apps. And for me the holding the menu key does the same thing, brings up the keyboard.
     
  5. nomadrider123

    nomadrider123 Well-Known Member
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    I guess I got lucky with my phone. Never had a sd problem. Got the update and any key wakes up my phone. No static at all and my menu brings up menu screen
     

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