Question about HTC Inspire 4G
My phone was powering down due to low battery. So between my house and getting in my car and putting it on charge i found out it was on the recovery mode screen said the at&t store which is where i have service. They could not get it to recover or come back to the home page and i did charge it through the night. They put it on charge as well. Also my volume rocker arm has recently come off but it hasn't slowed me down. I'm pointing that out in case something hit the buttons causing it to go into that mode by some chance. They said it was fried. Any chance they were wrong ?
This is a hardware issue, volume keys pressed constantly down. Try fiddling with the volume keys to have them released and bouncing.
Posted on Apr 23, 2017
Your device might have broken Volume buttons, due to this, once you turned on your device it will automatically go to recovery mode. Note that recovery mode can only be accessed when the device is powered off, and turning on the device while pressing the power button and volume down will directly go to recovery mode.
Try checking your device volume if it is pressing or pushed down, or better send it to a technician for diagnosis.
There are also several reasons why your device directly go to Recovery mode, either your phone software is crashed or your phone hardware is broken.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to execute a "hard reset". The exact method depends on the exact type of HTC phone you have. You should Google for "HTC Touch <your exact phone type> hard reset" and follow those instructions.
Looking at the picture you have a HTC Touch P3450, in which case you can instructions at: http://blog.ryjones.org/2008/01/14/htc-touch-hard-reset/
Make sure you follow the instructions properly. When it still doesn't boot up, you can always perform a firmware upgrade/reset, that's almost guaranteed to work, but is complicated and might break your warranty (depending on wether you bought the device yourself or got it as part of a package deal from your provider).
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
SOURCE: HTC Touch Pro totally dead?!?!
Does no one of you realize that when a phone or some other electrical equipment has serious malfunctions it is often more then just hard reset or softreset.
I have an HTC touch until one day I am sure I dropped it on the floor
Then woowwwww all of a sudden it started acting up.
These are very delicate phones and not bricks.
They are not as simple or reliable as a basic phone due to the fact that they have complicated systems like Windows.
Aynone ever heard of Windows crashing a PC.
Woowww you sound surprised.
I cna easily make a lot of money making somthing that looks fancy but that works like ****.
Think of some ideas.
Windows, HTC phones or similar. Any modern equipment made in China
This dont understand why a phone whic cost tihs much money can't bemade reliable.
Well come to think of it
Selling 1 million+ of them at a few hundred dollars each gives me an idea.
PROFIT ABOVE QUALITY.
And still you fools fall for it.
Yes the phones looks cool.
Any idea why DELL have been so big for so long.
They produce PC's and laptops that still work reliably after 5 years.
I am typing this on a Dell 8600 my business work horse
I use it for webdesign, VB programming, hardware testing
And trow it in my back everyday and in the boot of my car when I don't need it.
And it has never yes NEVER given me idea trouble.
I have tried a few other laptops
FUJITSU SIEMENS TABLE PC
Worked for 3 months then turned off and never came back on
guess what happend to it
It sold it for parts for 100 Euro
Also tried a brand new ACER.
Send it back to supplier as it kept turning of while doing remote access work.
If it aint broke dont fix it.
If it is .................. BIN
Look at hte amount of hours and time you have already spend on trying to figure out why your phone does not come on or work properly.
You would have had a lot more fun with your new Nokia by now
I personally would recommend LG Touch phones.
I now a 19 year old who had it and he threw it all over te place.
NEVER a problem with it and working like new.
Well if you know that LG are working with PHILIPS then you know why they are so reliable.
QUALITY above PROFIT.
and then still plenty of profit to make good money doohh
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Had the same problem. You need new battery! (borrow from friend, if anyone has HTC to test if phone is OK with different battery).
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Testimonial: "holy crsp it worked thanx:)"
Dude take off the case like your about to take off the battery out.Check the top of you phone if the left piece of your phone is gold it broken.
Posted on Jul 17, 2012
SOURCE: HTC Vivid won't turn on
1.Check the device's battery level for at least two bars of strength.
2.If the battery level is low, charge the battery.
3.If the issue is not resolved, remove the back cover.
4.Remove the battery.
5.Wait 10 seconds.
6.Press and hold the W key.
7.While pressing down the W key, re-insert the battery.
•The device restarts and after approximately 15 seconds, the 'Recovery' screen appears
•Release the power button but *continue holding the home button*, for another 30 seconds.
Posted on Aug 05, 2012
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