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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jimj3125, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. jimj3125

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    Just got off the phone and pressed end call and nothing, the phone was froze.
    Waited a few minutes and still froze.
    Took out the battery and when I replaced it, it worked fine. I still have a few days before 30.
    Any thoughts?
     

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    No telling what might have caused it. If it happens again you may want to take it by the VZW store if you have one nearby. I think they are extending the warranty to 60 days due to Christmas, etc.
     
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    Having the same problem on my new Eris. Im not really sure what it is but its also happening to me quite often. I notice it more when the phone gets cold from the weather.
     
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    It only happened this one time and I it has in my home since I bought it.
     
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    It could be a bug then. Is your Eris updated?
     
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    yes, this morning
     
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    it's not a bug, that's just the risk you run when using an android device. android is not like your typical os like iphone, blackberry or windows where you can actually close a program. android keeps them all open since it manages apps differently, thus running a higher risk of your phone freezing or rebooting. a stronger processor will result in this happening a lot less of course. it shouldn't happen too often, but i would expect mine to crash every once in a while.
     
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    Yeah, that's why I use Advanced App Killer (was posted on a diff thread). Helps with the battery, and lag.
     

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