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  1. Baz8755

    Baz8755 Well-Known Member
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    I am running the OTA version of Froyo on my non-rooted Desire and I am finding that the HTC Sense UI seems to force close about once a week. The main culprit seems to be the HTC News widget as it most often seems to occur whilst I am reading my news each morning.

    Anyone else experienced this or know the solution?

    Cheers

    Baz
     

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  2. anoniemouse

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    Most often just a reboot clears the problems on the desire, otherwise its often a factory reset to settle the system down.
     
  3. Baz8755

    Baz8755 Well-Known Member
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    I was trying to avoid a factory reset, I have read somewhere that Sense issues can sometimes be resolved by clearing your screen designs and building again. Am trying that to see if it helps.
     
  4. Baz8755

    Baz8755 Well-Known Member
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    Rebuilding screen layouts did not work, clearing HTC sense data did not work, Clearing News data did not work.

    However..........
    Removing Engadget as a news feed....So far so good.

    The only thing I can think it could be is that Engadget has images on when displayed in the widget whereas all my other feeds do not.

    Will monitor the situation but defo appears to be an issue with the widget, surely it should crash HTC Sense.

    Baz
     
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