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General Samsung Galaxy S is in a force close loop....need helpplease!!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rwilson7272, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. rwilson7272

    rwilson7272 Lurker
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    Hi,

    I have a galaxy s which i rooted a couple of months back using Ryanza's OCLF. Everything has been perfect until today when i tried to change the fonts on my phone using OCLF. I got an error telling me the fonts failed to install, and right after that my phone started acting crazy.

    This is what it does, in a constant cycle! Turn on phone and it begins to load up, vibrates once, then about 5 secs later it vibrates 3 times and produces an error saying the keypad has stopped unexpectedly!! Then i force close, and the screen goes black! I thought i fixed this by changing to swype, but now it still does the same thing!! And this cycle lasts about 30 seconds, and all starts over again!!

    I have done a factory reset, but it did nothing to solve this problem!!

    If anyone has any idea what i could do to fix this, or if it can even be fixed that would be great!! Am really at a loss here!!

    Thanks

    Rob
     

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  2. WANDAJOHANSEN

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    I just had to go back to the Spring store as my brand new Samsung Galaxy S was stuck in a loop with a force close message and I could not get it to do a factory reset as none of the soft keys would respond. The store personnel pushed the volume down, camera and off button and then got the screen to select factory reset.
     
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    Have you guys tried updating your firmware/use another kernel, just to check if the same problem persist..if they do then it may be hardware issue.
     

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