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    DM (process com.hetc.android.omadm. service) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.
    The above shows up when I got the phone. I have to Force Close it. Any idea what is going on? Thanks
     

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    More details are needed. What application or applications were you running when the force close occured? Does it happen repeatedly?
     
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    This is 1st time I turned on the phone. Of course no app running. Only twice. Again, I have not added any app at all.
     
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    I believe the same thing happened to me this morning when I first turned the phone on. Haven't seen it since.
     
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    OK. So it is a Virgin thing! Thanks.
     
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    OMA stands for "Open Mobile Alliance". Not sure what DM means... It has to do with the OverTheAir activation tool Sprint uses. Sprint was having issues with provisioning today, so that's probably why you saw that message.

    Now that I think about it, DM prolly means "Device Manager". That's just a guess, though.
     
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    That error message just started to happen to me also. I just installed Go apps, and deleted a lot of my cache items, this could be the problem but I do not know how to fix it.
     
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