Question about Motorola Mobility Q9m Smartphone
Take out the battery for 2 minutes, then put it back in.
You are going to need to do a Master Reset which resets the phone to factory settings. This will erase all data entered into the phone, your contacts, calendar, etc., but will leave the SD card intact.
Hold down the center button of the navigational pad, and power button at the same time which will trigger the master reset. Follow the directions on the screen.
Once you've performed the master reset, goto the Motorola site to do a full update to your phone. This, in my experience, will eliminate the freezing problems associated with the Motorola Q9M, Q9c, Q9h, etc.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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