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It's actually very easy, once you know how to do it. Click and hold down the Sleep/Wake button (located on the upper-right corner of your iPad). While you're holding down the Sleep/Wake button, hold down the Home button as well (located on the front of your iPad at the bottom). Hold down both buttons until your iPad powers off. It will reboot and start again with a small silver Apple image on the screen. It takes about 30 seconds for the iPad completely start up.
If the phone is freezing, take out the battery, and any AC charger connected, press and hold power button for five seconds and release. Put the battery back and turn on the phone. If it's freezes, then it needs to be flashed. This can be done at a local wireless service or maintainance store. I hope this helps
Problems like that is like a memory storage failure. Check if there is enough memory in your memory card. Try to delete some un-needed files or application to free up space. If you have an alternate memory card try to replace the existing memory card.
ugh same probleme but i cant even txt like everytime i shut it off again it just keeps doing the same thing. BUT untill you take it in to a store to get fixed use abc and DONT push the #(space) button....cause thats what frezzes it. right now i just use dots for spaces lol.. apparently You need to get your phone formatted and software reinstalled thats what someone told me. so just bring it in to a store
I have found that my aiptek digital camcorder also freezes like this sometimes after I have pressed the button to stop recording a movie. You are right that sometimes you must remove the battery to unfreeze it, but I have found a couple of other tricks that work sometimes.
1. You can hold down the menu button for a few seconds (like 6). Sometimes this kicks it into the menu and unfreezes it.
2. Sometimes using the power button inside of where the screen stores to turn it on and then off again often helps.
3. Popping the digital card out (push in so it unlocks, then push it right back in) also helps unfreeze it for me.
If those don't work, pop the battery out again.
I do find that every few months I need to clean the connection points on both my battery and the camera where the battery clicks in. After I do this it behaves much better for a couple months. Good luck.
Check your memory space and delete or uninstall unnecessary files, games or applications to free memory space used for processing. Also try an antivirus scan... it may have been infected from your bluetooth or internet activities.