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  1. KingdomMan3

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    I upgraded to a Class 10 16GB SD Card in my Droid X but during my upgrade to my new card I also upgraded to the latest and greatest ApeX 1.3.1.

    I am having this issue ONLY when the SD card is inserted so I know the problem has something to do with my SD card. At times during the day when I manually hit the lock button my phone messes up. The 4 buttons at the bottom become illuminated like any time you hit the lock button but the background is lit but you cannot see anything and the phone is not responsive. I have to manually remove the battery to fix the issue. If I keep the SD card in there the problem normally occurs again. If I take the SD Card out I never see the issue.

    I have formatted the card and the problem eventually comes back after about a week. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

    Version 2.3.340
    BP_C_01.09.07P
    ApeX 1.3.1
     

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    When you install Apex, did you also updated your kernel? If not, it might help you out. Here's the link for new kernel:

    TBH Patches: 2.3.340-System, Baseband, 2.3.340-Kernel, Bootloader

    Hopefully I'm right(I had a different problem with my phone and updating kernel fixed everything)
     
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    Thanks for the response.... my kernel version says: 2.6.32.9-gca645b6 the kernal on the link provided says 2.6.32.9-g55626e1 is that a later release?

    If so how do you update the kernel?
     
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    What kind of professor doesn't know how to read? :D

    I suspect if your kernel isn't up to date, neither is anything else so you probably need all the files (one at a time).

    How did you update to .340, by sbf?
     
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    A blind professor...lol.

    Yes, I SBF'd to .340
     
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    Yes, you need all those updates then.
     
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    OK, I am doing these updates one at a time so I can see which one fixes my issues.

    I first tried the 2.3.340 Kernel Updater (2.6.32.9-g55626e1) update. I had the issue again last night.

    My baseband already says BP_C_1.09.07P. My system says version.2.3.340.MB810 so I am at the most up to date version there as well.
    I'm not sure about the bootloader. How to do I check the bootloader version?
     
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    Power off the phone.

    Holding the volume-down and camera buttons, press the power button until the screen flashes, then let up on all.

    You should see your boot loader version.
     
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    Thanks man. Yes, I have the latest bootloader. Any other suggestions? In the meantime I am going to go back to my slow classless SD card to see if I still have the issue.
     
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    I was just going to suggest that.
     

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