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Topic # 8560 10-Jul-2006 21:43
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I'm having some really odd (and annoying problems) with my harrier, and can't even work out where the problem might lie. When  I connect up via the CDMA connection, my phone shuts down, and does a hard reset. I lose all my data of course.

I'm also having some strange things happening recently, like  it gets stuck  on the phone screen. When I close the phone screen, it takes me to the speed dial screen. When I close the speed dial screen, it takes me back to the phone screen. I get stuck in this never ending loop, until I restart the  device.

I also get the little 'message' symbol stuck in the menu bar at the top. After I've received a text message, that symbol won't clear.

These things have only started happening recently. Seeing as the device is hard-resetting itself, I figure it can't be a software / OS fault. The damn thing is out of warranty too :(

Any ideas/anyone else having these problems?


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  Reply # 40783 11-Jul-2006 09:12
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hrmm. sounds odd, you havent done any rom upgrades or the like?

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Reply # 40786 11-Jul-2006 09:31
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I have contacted someone at Telecom before replying here, and the person thinks this unit may need repairs... There is nothing somethng they push to the unit to cause it reset on connection, so it must be something on the device itself.

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