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Topic # 93643 25-Nov-2011 17:22
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so I updated my Samsung i5800 to Android 2.2 (Froyo XXJPM) following instructions here.  http://chrisnoble.wordpress.com/2011/06/07/android-2-2-froyo-on-my-samsung-galaxy-580-nz/

This all works fine and dandy, and in general I'm very happy with it.

BUT I have noticed a major flaw in my plan.

I can no longer receive inbound calls.  The call will sometimes hit my phone, often vibrate, sometimes ring and even sometimes show who's calling.  But I never get the chance to fix pick it up

Outbound calls work fine, as does web, txt, and everything else.

Any ideas to try before I roll it back and do a factory reset?

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  Reply # 550079 25-Nov-2011 17:47
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Did you upgrade from 2.1? If so you need to do a factory reset when doing the upgrade otherwise things like this will happen.



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  Reply # 550104 25-Nov-2011 20:38
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Thanks, I'll try that.



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  Reply # 551080 28-Nov-2011 16:53
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that worked a treat, thank you so very much.

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