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Sumsung Omnia Screen Inactive

When the phone has been inactive for a while, the screen does not activate. It does not matter which buttons you press, the screen does not come on. The only solution is to reset the phone. This is irritating. Any solutions or software that can be downloaded.

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  • siebritzd Feb 10, 2009

    Thanks. I eventually figured it out. Came to the same solution as yours. However, I have the turn off backlight if device not for... unchecked and it still works.



    Thanks a lot.

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Try going into the Menu.... Then "Settings" icon. Click the "System" tab on the bottom, then go to the "Power" icon.. Then click on the "Battery Power" tab for options.

My settings are as follows.....

Turn off device if not used for 5 minutes.
(Checked box) Turn off back-light if not used for 30 seconds
(Checked box) Turn off back-light when a button is pressed or the screen is tapped.

I don't seem to have a problem getting my screen back up after being inactive. If your settings are ok, and you still have the problem, I would have it checked out. Maybe a defect?

Hope this helps....

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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