Question about Cell Phones
The phone periodically reboots (I don't yet see a pattern behind it) and when it comes back up, the touch screen is unresponsive. I can light the screen by pressing the power button but then I can't unlock it because the touch screen doesn't see my press. I have to pull the battery and reboot to get it back.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi! I bought the phone yesterday, and as far as I can see, this "unlock" refers to the touch pad. When you press "yes" you should be able to to do things in the menu while the slide of the phone is closed. It locks itself again in a few secs (I think 5) so you have to unlock it again if you were idle for more than 5 secs. And I guess that could be personalized, to lock itself again in 10 secs or whatever. And if you want to use the menu without clicking all the time, try to do things with the open slide. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
The problem was solved by replacing the flex cable that connects the two halves together. My phones screen is back, all the buttons work, and the camera button no longer reboots the phone (also going to camera through mypix doesn't cause reboot either). The cable was very easy to replace and took me 10 minutes at most only using a screw driver and the info in the link I provided ealier.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
If you have all your items saved to your computer with Active Sync, then do a master reset:
HTC Touch hard reset 14 January 2008
It has the latest and great updates, software, even known issues if you ever come across this. HTC does recommend that you do a master/hard reset once a quarter to keep it moving smoothly. Also, ensure you don't have a lot of open running programs. Perhaps once a day, clean the cashe and history. Do a soft reset (aka battery pull) once or twice a week. All depends on how hard you play with this lovely PDA device!
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
I tried a solution to a similar problem and it worked for this problem, which I was having too. All I did was remove the leather case that I used to protect the iPhone. Calling and the screen worked like normal after I took the phone out of the leather case. Try that.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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