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Long hanging while opening "missed calls"

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by demon82, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. demon82

    demon82 Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Happy new year to everyone =)

    I've my smartphone new and never had one before. I searched also in Forum for my question already.

    I noticed following behaviour:
    When I open my contacts via the icon on main-screen and then tap on third icon from left (missed calls) my cell hangs for around 20secs and I cant do anything. BUT if I tap on "Telephone" icon in mainscreen than the call list opens immediately. Isn't that weird?? I've the same problem with missed calls notification. If he shows me missed calls (upper info bar) and I tap them it also wants to open the list and hangs. If I just delete that announcement and open them via "telephone" everything works fine.

    Does anyone can confirm that or knows even a solution? I hoped with the Update to 2.3.5 this problem wouldn't exist anymore but it's still present.

    Greetings
     


  2. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    Welcome to AF and a happy new year to you too! :)

    Have you tried clearing the cache and data associated with the dialer app?
     
  3. demon82

    demon82 Lurker
    Thread Starter

    I switched now my Android language to english that I can follow your steps better. I tried clearing the dialer chache, but unfortunately it didn't solve my problem.

    It's acutally when I open the "caller history" then my phone hangs for around 5 seconds. So I realised that "caller history" and the list which appears when you open "Phone" is different list.

    Unfortunately I dont know anyone who also has Wildfire S but many with other HTC phones and no-one else has this hanging.
     
  4. timo1977

    timo1977 Lurker

    I have the exact same problem as does my sister, also on htc wildfire s. Anybody have a solution?
     
  5. starrys800

    starrys800 Lurker

    Hi,

    I had faced this very same problem when my phone was brand new.. its like 9 months since i bought it and I dont see that problem now.. i didn't do anything specific to this though :)
     
  6. jamesbil

    jamesbil Well-Known Member

    same issue here
     

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