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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by uberdag, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. uberdag

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    So the other day i got a call and i pulled the phone out of my pocket and tried to slide to answer and nothing happned. I tried to slide it to drop the call and nothing happened. I then mashed a bunch of buttons in frustration and think i rebooted my phone.

    It did it again to me today, though after about 10 seconds it finally allowed me to answer the phone.

    Any ideas? I have weatherbug going without GPS as that killed the battery, also have pocket empires going today.
     

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    Does this happen all the time or just occasionally?
     
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    just the two times. Really annoying when your trying impress your friend with your new gadget!
     
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    If it's only happened twice then I would suggest it was just a screen glitch which affects all capacitive touchscreen smart phones (God that sounds like a statement from Apple!). My HTC Desire has occasionally done the same thing and I am certain there is nothing wrong with it or there any malign reason behind it other than the processor/memory got a little bit tired or some obscure reason or the capacitive touch screen was getting interference from somewhere (It can happen).

    Keep an eye on it for now, and if you notice it happening again (If at all) note how regularly it occurs which will give you a better idea whether it is a problem or not.
     

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