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Try pressing the back and home keys a few times. Sometimes a program hangs and the input prompts android to display the force close option to end the application.
If that doesn't work, try holding in the power button for about 10 seconds and see if the power down options appear (this might cause the force close to appear too, if so go for that method, if not shut down and power back up).
If none of that helps, you may need to pull your battery and boot it back up.
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Hi, When you set your joystick up using the in game controlls menu try this. Try setting the controls from the bottom up I will try to explain. Lets say in the controls menu from the top it starts like this> 1)Pitch forward 2)Pitch backward 3)Roll right 4)Roll left. Start with pitch backward and pull the joystick back, It should auto input the pitch forward control. Next you would move on to roll left, It should auto input the roll right control. Get what im saying, You should only have to input one direction the other should auto input. Had the same problem with my LG extreme pro for BF2. Hope this helps good luck!
You might clean out the registry of any left over values. Try it on another machine if it still does it, its something mechanical inside maybe stuck. I suppose its out of warranty? You cant fly with those stickers anyways if that's what you do. Scourer the junk shops for an old MS Sidewinder, they are still the best stickes ever made.
it's little trickey....u need to try and use little force and twist it to left or right and just pull it out....
dont use any tools it can damage it...
push it little forward / backward ...left /right...twist pull
sometimes the top has to slide either forward or backward BEFORE you pull up on it----------usually slides towards you if you are in front of the machine. Sometimes also you will see some plastic clips on each side that you have to pry outward very gently AT THE SAME TIME and then pull up on the top. Look at it very thouroughly from all angles and you will discover what has to be done. Sometimes there are a couple or more of screws that have to be unscrewed, but in most cases, it's just a plastic clip and/or the top slides before pulling up on it. Hope this helps. Keever
there is most likely a foreign object in the paper path of your machine. Often tipping it on it's back will dislodge the offender, but not always.
Take an A4 sheet of thick card (the back card off an A4 refill pad is good for this) and push it backward through the paper path. Start where the paper normaly comes out and feed the card backward throught hte exit rollers, and on toward the main feed rollers.
Don't go too far to the right side (wear the head "parks") as the paper sensor could get broken off. Persuade the card through the rollers and gently tease it in in out. Tip the machine on its back again so anything dislodged is encourage to come out.
Work the card in and out GENTLY taking care not to exert too much force.
If nothing falls out, you may have to dismatle the machine to get to the ASF to manually remove the oblect. If you intend to dismantle the machine, get a manual from http://TheServiceManualShop.com to make sure you do it right without breaking anything.