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Support G1 wants to reboot the desktop? window? w/USB connection

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by frazelle09, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. frazelle09

    frazelle09 Active Member
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    This is somewhat strange. i'm running a T-Mobile G1 with the most recent OS, i think it's Cupcake. Anyway i run aTrackDog every evening to see what program updates are available and update them. Yesterday after updating i plugged the phone into my computers USB port and after a couple of seconds the phone rebooted the desktop. i don't think it is a complete shutdown because i just get the Android screen and in a couple of seconds the phone is o.k. again and then it reboots again. If i unplug it, it will reboot the dt and is alright.

    i'm running the aTHome Console for a desktop and i think the only thing it updated was the SimCheckerLite.

    When the phone tries to connect to USB the top bar rotates 50% and stops.

    Any ideas as to what's going on? i'm going to uninstall the SimChecker and see if that fixes it.

    Have a great evening! :)
     

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  2. kabbie_mcfeely

    kabbie_mcfeely Well-Known Member
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    Does it do any of that stuff when plugged into the wall ?
     
  3. frazelle09

    frazelle09 Active Member
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    Nuts. i forgot to add that it doesn't do any of that when plugged into the wall -- sorry. Good ole G1.

    Have a great evening! :)
     
  4. frazelle09

    frazelle09 Active Member
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    Giggle. i just remembered that i had set the screen to 15 seconds a couple of days ago. So i set it back to 30 seconds and presto, bingo! We're a-o.k. again.

    Thanks for your concern and offer to help. Pretty strange, eh?

    Have a wonderful evening! :)
     
  5. kabbie_mcfeely

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    Good to know you got it worked out.
     
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