1. djrakowski's Avatar
    I placed the device on its charger last night, and the green light was on, indicating a full charge. But I can't power up the device regardless of what I do.

    And last night, I attempted to download a few apps from the market. Each time, it indicated an in-process download, but quit within seconds, and the apps didn't show up on the device.

    Any ideas? I'll probably return it and get an Iconia instead. I like the smaller form factor, though, and have even thought of getting another Galaxy Tab or waiting for the release of the 8.9" model.
    05-29-2011 09:02 AM
  2. S Prime's Avatar
    I placed the device on its charger last night, and the green light was on, indicating a full charge. But I can't power up the device regardless of what I do.

    And last night, I attempted to download a few apps from the market. Each time, it indicated an in-process download, but quit within seconds, and the apps didn't show up on the device.

    Any ideas? I'll probably return it and get an Iconia instead. I like the smaller form factor, though, and have even thought of getting another Galaxy Tab or waiting for the release of the 8.9" model.
    Try HTC Support. Open 6:00 am- 1:00 am EDT 7 days a week. 866-449-8358. My guees is that they will have you pull the battery. Let us know.
    05-29-2011 11:09 AM
  3. caledonian's Avatar
    Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds.
    I had the same issue, and called HTC support. The guy told me that the power off is akin to hibernating on a PC, and suggested a restart at least once a week will help keep the device 'stable'. Restart is the equivalent of powering down and pulling the battery in other Android devices and then powering up again.
    06-15-2011 03:35 PM
  4. Wobblin30's Avatar
    Try booting into recovery and doing a factory reset:

    Hold the Volume Down button
    Press the Power button until the device turns on
    Select Factory Reset by pressing the Volume Down button
    Press and release the Power button
    06-15-2011 04:22 PM
  5. Trace Mc D's Avatar
    Wobblin30

    Try booting into recovery and doing a factory reset:

    Hold the Volume Down button
    Press the Power button until the device turns on
    Select Factory Reset by pressing the Volume Down button
    Press and release the Power button

    I have tried this it doesnt power on but it does have a quick short red light flashing once then does nothing any other ideas as to what I can try to get my HTC Flyer working again ?
    01-25-2013 07:16 PM
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