if thats not an option, try a master clear. if you dont want to buy anything, i would try this first. the master reset just sets everthing back to manufacturers default.....the clear DOES. you will LOOSE EVERYTHING INSTALLED ON THE PHONE MEMORY.
to do this, go to MENU > SETTINGS > INITIAL SETUP > MASTER CLEAR
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i think your phone software has been crack,mad eit automaticaly on and off.
i suggest u do a reload software buy your self or send for nearby mobile shop.
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Because of MTK CPU specifications which means as long as they use MTK6223 or MTK 6225A the maximum capacity of support is 4GB but it never supports that 4GB capacity and creates problems !
and for 2GB in many cases has a lot of troubles as well ! better to use them with 1GB Memory Card !
I just wanted to confirm you that it may cause of the capacity or the phone slot it self may have the problem thats why i need you to confirm that if you remove the memory card and lets see if phone remains to have any problems such as resetting or whatever your phone is suffering from .
I have seen this issue alot. I don't know what carriers that you both have, but one answer that seems to come up alot is that when a certain carrier loses their network (another words if you have no bars on your phone, it shuts itself off. A friend of mine from T-Mobile says this is a problem that they have had for a couple of years. The solution is that Motorola gives you a one year warranty with their phones. Take it to your carriers' retail store and try to get new one. The downside is you might have pay for shipping. Whenever possible, when getting a cellphone, always get the insurance, for what I have seen, it's worth it.