1. mdnorris's Avatar
    I just attempted to turn my screen back on from lock and it didn't work. Pressing the button many times and still nothing. I had someone call me to get it to turn on but now it's back on lock and I can't get it to turn on.
    Just wondering if this has happened to anyone else and if you did something about it or just brought it into sprint.
    12-16-2010 10:08 PM
  2. DroidXcon's Avatar
    I just attempted to turn my screen back on from lock and it didn't work. Pressing the button many times and still nothing. I had someone call me to get it to turn on but now it's back on lock and I can't get it to turn on.
    Just wondering if this has happened to anyone else and if you did something about it or just brought it into sprint.
    I would have to look for the thread but there is a hole that you can exploit during a call, but you need to stay on the call and navigate your way through,,, im leaving work now , but if you search the forums there was a thread about it within the last two days, if i get home and you have not found it i will help look
    12-16-2010 10:10 PM
  3. mdnorris's Avatar
    alright, thanks I'll look that up.
    12-16-2010 10:12 PM
  4. DroidXcon's Avatar
    I dont know if this works at all, it was meant for a HERO, but the only other way i know to do fix things is a factory reset

    I read through the forum and searched to see if I could find this but I didn't so I thought I would post this.
    By chance today I locked my phone. Just messing around I put in the unlock pattern to many times. I tried to put in my gmail account information and it didn't work. After looking at a number of websites I found that this is a a glitch of some sort with android phones.I couldn't get any of the fixes to unlock my phone. Just by chance I ended up figuring out my own method to get it to unlock
    Here it is:
    I think it was this order. It happened really fast. :-)
    1. Changed my password on my gmail account.
    2. Made a call to my phone.
    3. While on the call pulled down the top menu and tapped the sign in/ authenticate button.
    4. A menu will pop up and ask you to put in your password to authenticate. (still on the call while doing this) I pulled up the keyboard by tapping in the password box or you can hit the menu key to get it to come up. Put in my new password and let it try to authenticate. (It cant because you are on the phone but let it try and give you the message that it is unable to authenticate)
    5.After that end the call and go back to the screen that says enter you gmail
    username (your gmail email address) and password. Put this information in.
    It actually worked this time and it asked me to set a new unlock pattern. I did the pattern twice and ended up at my home page.

    Only had to do this once.
    I hope this helps :o
    12-16-2010 11:57 PM
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