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  Reply # 70086 10-May-2007 01:45
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I should win a prize for creating the most popular thread MF? Laughing

Suggest this thread be locked so people are forced to fork out into new threads.

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  Reply # 70105 10-May-2007 11:00
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Hey guys,

Has anyone had a problem with their phone either freezing or rebooting during wireless use.

To give an example if my phone is connected to a wireless AP, I click on the wlan info on the main splash screen, it then starts scanning but i then go to 'WLAN scanning off' if I do this to quickly my phone will freeze.

Second example is I was using VoIP (SIP) this morning to make a call, everything was fine till I hungup the call, my phone then just randomly rebooted, I've seen in a few cases when using the WLAN.

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  Reply # 70126 10-May-2007 12:34
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icepicknz: Hey guys,

Has anyone had a problem with their phone either freezing or rebooting during wireless use.

To give an example if my phone is connected to a wireless AP, I click on the wlan info on the main splash screen, it then starts scanning but i then go to 'WLAN scanning off' if I do this to quickly my phone will freeze.

Second example is I was using VoIP (SIP) this morning to make a call, everything was fine till I hungup the call, my phone then just randomly rebooted, I've seen in a few cases when using the WLAN.

Cheers
Barry



Yes I have. It has stopped recently, though it will probablly happen again now that I have said that it has stopped.

As to what Frietasm has said, do you want to discuss it here.




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