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How could stop my phone from freezing?

From time to time my phone will freeze while using my bluetooth headset or a minute after receive a text message, and sometimes after i flip it close. How do i solve this problem?

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Re: how could stop my phone from freezing?

Try the forums at:

I am a member and they are extremely helpful!



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Re: how could stop my phone from freezing?

Try reflashing it, although you need to backup contacts and other contents first before doing so,. Whats also nice with reflashing is it speeds up your phone and adds nifty features and nicer themes.

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Posted on Dec 09, 2007

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