What does it mean when reader tells me that in application settings is not responding?
Few questions. Is it a native app that came with it are down loaded from an 3rd party? if it is native the the next questions. How many other apps are running at the time of the message. if too many then this can cause a problem, as well as impatiently pressing different buttons when there is no reaction. This will cause the app to become unresponsive. If no other apps are open at the time then, again the app can become non-responsive because of our continual pressing of buttons when nothing seems to be happening. If none of these fit the situation then we must take the obvious fact that human programs take into account all the things one would do when it is running, but as XP and others before and after give "no response" when we are impatient, and when the code get confused the Cruz is not different.
I would think from my experience that the complexity of the code can get hung up by pressing a certain order of buttons, not planned for by the programmer, or running to many things at one time, or changing programs, or desiring to change programs in a way that causes the processor to not be able to clean up old code, or the program to not be able to handle the unexpected series of inputs. But all OS systems seem to hangup some time because of an unexpected set of key strokes, this may just be one of those KODAK moments, Hope this helps.
Dec 31, 2010 |
Velocity Micro Cruz Reader R101 Tablet PC