ok about to scream!!!
Is or has anyone else experienced this problem. My X restarts every time I plug it into the charger. I'm ready to throw my phone into on coming traffic!!!!
I really don't want any of Verizon refurbish, because I have never had a good experience with them.
- 04-07-2011, 10:38 PM #2
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- 04-07-2011, 11:51 PM #6
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Strange. My co-worker's X had the same problem last Monday. We tried wiping the cache, reformatting the SD and last: Factory Reset.
The phone worked after the Factory Reset...so far so good.
There might be another solution, but at the time I couldn't think of any...he was pissed that we had to "re-do" his phone (screens and all) but it works now...Motorola V195 - Samsung R410 - Moto W385 - LG Voyager - Storm 1 - Storm 2 - Moto Droid 1 - Moto DX - Samsung Galaxy Nexus Unlocked!!!
- 04-07-2011, 11:57 PM #7
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- 04-08-2011, 09:21 AM #9
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Try to enable or disable usb debugging depending on if you have it enabled or disabled and delete the file in the android_secure folder. I had the same issue and totally random reboots on 2.2 and those two things helped quite a bit.
Funny thing is all is well with the 2.3 leak and the phone is a totally different beast; speed and battery wise. Verizon should do us all a favor and release it as is and work on it with smaller updates.
- 04-08-2011, 10:21 AM #10BEACH BUM
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a little obsessive...
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- 04-08-2011, 05:47 PM #16
It sure sounds like an app conflict. Not all apps are friendly, either with each other or with the X.
Start un-installing your apps in reverse order of their install (as best you can remember). After every couple un-installs, do a battery pull to settle the X and see how things are going at that point.
Also, check your photos on your SD card and see if any are blank or won't open. These can corrupt your entire operation and need to be deleted. If you can't delete it directly, then do it via USB using the X as a flash drive (ie: drag/drop files and folders, add or delete like on your computer).
Another problem could be an email that is stuck in the "send" mode - worth a check anyway.
If all else fails, a Factory Data Reset should take care of the issue. It doesn't take long to re-download your apps from Market as the X can dl more than one at a time. There's a great thread with the first word of the title "Bingo..." that gives step-by-step instructions to do a FDR without automatically reloading your apps. Just do a search of this forum.Always learning ...
- 04-08-2011, 06:12 PM #17
Simple test is to take out your sd card and power up without it installed. I truly believe it is something on your sd card causing your problems.
The app Astro can also backup your apps to your sd card, but unlike Titanium Backup, it only backs up the app, no data is saved.a little obsessive...
- 04-09-2011, 10:38 AM #18
Factory reset will make the phone like brand new again.
If your not rooted, you could sync all of your apps with app brain, then just reinstall the ones that you want. If you have root, then Titanium Backup is excellent
You will have to set up all of your widgets, wallpaper, etc. -Just like a new phone, but it will solve your problem.
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- 04-09-2011, 01:17 PM #19
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Besides its not like you have a option to save anything else to this storage space, saving to the card was intended for devices with small amount of internal storage not any of the new power devices.
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- 04-11-2011, 06:11 PM #21