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Phone dies completely when on standby for more than 20 minutes

After 20 mins to 2 hrs being on standby, even on a fully charged battery, the phone dies. Battery has to be removed then placed back in to power it back on. AT&T replaced the phone last night but this morning, the same thing happened on the new phone.

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You need to take the phone and have the firmware reflash

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