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Topic # 85491 20-Jun-2011 16:13
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I hav telecom samsung galaxy s i9000t but using vodafone sim card
it works fine with everything but it some times shows this error message saying

the process com.android.phone has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.
Force to close

I went to telecom local store but the consultant said its a normal crash that galaxy s users often experiences

but it appears quite often like more than fifteen times a day.

Why does this do this and what does this mean and how can i fix it?

Thanks for reading
will wait for a reply from anyone who can help me!


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  Reply # 483253 20-Jun-2011 16:24
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Is the device rooted? Is it on its original factory ROM?

I would do a hard reset on the device.




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  Reply # 483276 20-Jun-2011 17:06
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j4y: I hav telecom samsung galaxy s i9000t but using vodafone sim card

it works fine with everything but it some times shows this error message saying



the process com.android.phone has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.

Force to close



I went to telecom local store but the consultant said its a normal crash that galaxy s users often experiences



but it appears quite often like more than fifteen times a day.



Why does this do this and what does this mean and how can i fix it?



Thanks for reading

will wait for a reply from anyone who can help me!





Your formatting suggests that you copied and pasted this post from somewhere else. Which Telecom store did you get the "its a normal crash that galaxy s users often experiences" advice from? Is this post just you trolling? I sounds a bit dodgy to me. If you are sincere in your request for help, you'll need to supply more information. PM me and I'll let you know what information you'll need to provide.

Cheers,
R2D2




Galaxy S has gone to its new owner. HTC Sensation has gone to its new
owner. Galaxy S3 has gone to its new owner. Now using Galaxy Note 3. Skipping Note 4 I think...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 483288 20-Jun-2011 17:25
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Hey guys! thanks for replying
uhmm i am not really acquainted with technologies..electronic appliances..
(+my bad English as well)

I dont knw what you mean by "been rooted" and "factory ROM"

and I have sent PM to ArtooDetoo

Thanks!

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  Reply # 483298 20-Jun-2011 17:40
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Go to Settings select About Phone and tell us:
Firmware version
Baseband version
Kernel version
Build number 




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  Reply # 483300 20-Jun-2011 17:42
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j4y: Hey guys! thanks for replying
uhmm i am not really acquainted with technologies..electronic appliances..
(+my bad English as well)

I dont knw what you mean by "been rooted" and "factory ROM"

and I have sent PM to ArtooDetoo

Thanks!


I've replied to your PM. Let us know the details included there and we will try to help resolve your problem.




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  Reply # 483320 20-Jun-2011 18:11
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model number GT I9000T
Firmware Version 2.1-update1
Baseband version I9000TDOJL1
Kernel Version 2.6.29 root@SE-S604#2
Build Number ECLAIR.DOKA1

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  Reply # 483332 20-Jun-2011 18:39
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j4y: model number GT I9000T
Firmware Version 2.1-update1
Baseband version I9000TDOJL1
Kernel Version 2.6.29 root@SE-S604#2
Build Number ECLAIR.DOKA1


That's a good start. Have you considered going on to an XT SIM pre-pay? Then your 3G data will work properly wherever you are.




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  Reply # 483337 20-Jun-2011 18:57
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ArtooDetoo:

Your formatting suggests that you copied and pasted this post from somewhere else. Which Telecom store did you get the "its a normal crash that galaxy s users often experiences" advice from? Is this post just you trolling? I sounds a bit dodgy to me. If you are sincere in your request for help, you'll need to supply more information. PM me and I'll let you know what information you'll need to provide.

Cheers,
R2D2


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  Reply # 483339 20-Jun-2011 19:00
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I am locking these threads. The OP is creating lots of discussions and not actually following up so there's no point.




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