Every time I sign on to yahoo...........it freezes for about a minute and then the phone reboots itself...it has recently started doing this....as I have had this phone since september 07......anyone have a fix for the problem?
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You didn't specify what type of LG phone you have;
You can try rebooting it as an option; or (cycle it once a day).
Turn phone off. Take off cover; take out battery, sim card (if your model has one);
keep them out for a couple of minutes;
replace sim card (if your model has one), replace battery; and turn phone back on.
You could try 'resetting' your phone; but all models are different and you didn't give me the model number.
Try this and see if it works for you; also, when you take battery off, you can try to gently clean the battery terminals for debris. A phone will reboot if the battery is gunked up or not making a good connection.
Sorry i couldn't give you more to go on with the information you provided. Hope that helps.
if she can get to either the yahoo or MSN messaging screen then go to options and then select preferences and then go down to reset application and follow the steps it will erase her buddy list but it will restore once she signs in again.
I recently bought a similar adapter for my trax and had the same problem. Taking the plastic cover off of the adapter, I found the following on the back of the 18 pin connecter: a jumper from pin1 to pin 11, a jumper from pin 9 to pin 10. audio l and r wires to pins 14 and 15, common audio wire to pin 18 and unconnected pin at pin17. By accident, I found that if the unconnected pin 17 bent over to touch the wire to pin 14, the headphones started working. So, solder a wire to connect pin 14 to 17 reinsert these pins into the correct slots and you have a working adapter.