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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SeanxGodfrey, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. SeanxGodfrey

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    alright so ive had the droid eris for about 2 weeks and at first it was fast and what not and perfectly fine, but now messaging force closes alot, when i attempt to open messages it can take up to 5minuets and stuff its like very sloooooow:(
    pleae help me
     

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  2. Ataranine

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    Restart it. Or go into Settings>Applications and force close some stuff you don't need.
     
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    Mine never slowed down, but I got to know the phone for a week and then did a factory reset on it. Might be somthing you want to do.
     
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    I would definitely not recommend something like that for a simple problem like this.
     
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    Any particular reason why?
     
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    Ataranine Android Enthusiast
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    You want him to do a factory reset just because he's got a problem with his phone that can be fixed by either a power cycle or a simple hard restart?
     
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    Yeah, different scnerio/situation, I see your point. :eek:
     
  8. Ataranine

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    I'm sorry if I sounded harsh but, to me, a factory reset is probably the most drastic measure you could take.
     

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