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I have a Samsung champ and it too at times freezes especially when i run certain java apps.
I usually try to restart it or if the power button is jammed,remove the battery,
Although not a long term solution it can temporarily help you.
Unfortunately, there is no way to completely remove the browser button
(unless you glue it which many people have done). The fix below only
DELAYS the browser for a couple of seconds and enables you enough time to hit the
END key so you won't get charged.
Open the slider and type *#4777*8665# and a menu should pop up. Go to
menu number 5, Attach Mode. Select Manual attach. OK. It will inform
you that you need to restart the phone for this to take effect - do this
later. Then go to menu number 2, GPRS detach. The phone will notify you
that it has done the GPRS detach, which means that it is no longer
connected to the GPRS network. Now restart the phone, and there should
be a blue and white G at the top of the screen instead of a red and
white one. You may reverse this at any time by going back to the secret
menu and selecting Auto attach and GPRS attach.
This will not adversely affect your ability to add minutes to the
phone via Tracfone's website or by using a minutes card purchased in a
store. If blocking the browser makes you unable to add minutes directly
from the phone, just GPRS attach again and you'll be fine. If you cannot
remember the code, consider putting it into a note (in the tools menu)
for safe keeping.
I have a GE DECT 6.0 Digital phone (silver, 2-handset model) and one of the handsets began displaying "Out of Range" and was unresponsive. We've had severe lightning around here in recent days which interfered with the digital tv reception, so I'm pretty sure that's what caused the problem. Here was what worked for me:
- unplug base unit for 15 seconds - press "PROGRAM" button on handset - from menu, select "HANDSET SETUP" - from menu, select "REGISTRATION" - handset display will prompt you to press and hold PAGE button on base unit for 5 seconds, then press "PROGRAM" button on handset
This action re-initiates the transmission between the base unit and the handset.
Try taking the battery out and hold the "end" button for 20 seconds then put the battery back in and try starting it up, It was more than likely a power surge in your outlate while charging the phone, If this doesn't solve the sulution call verizon and see if they can answer your questions, try taking it somewhere and check on the warenty.