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got same problem on my alcatel android phone. it has somethiing to do with heat sensor. I install toogle notification and put battery temperature as notification bar icon. whenever I used the phone for heavy app or charge it with hi-amp charger until it get above 38 degree, it will keep restarting. if it happend, no choice except remove battery until it cool back down.
To clear all notifications
1. Open the Notifications panel.
2. Touch the Clear icon .
All event-based notifications will be cleared; ongoing notifications will
remain in the list.
TIP You can also swipe the notifications to the left or right to remove them.
To clear the call log - From the Home screen, touch the Phone Key (in the Quick Keys
bar) and then the Call logs tab at the top of the screen.
The most recent calls are located at the top of the list. Scroll down to
see older entries. Once you see the cal log press the Menu key. Bottom far right. This will give you the option to Clear all .
go to settings, then press the menu button so you go to all settings, tap sounds and notifications, then along the bottom tap notifications, then from the event drop down list select "phone: incoming call" and then on the ring type drop down list select "vibrate and ring"
try changing the battery, most defects of china phones are the batteries. they don't last long because those are not really original batteries but only class A batteries.
But I am not really sure if you will be able to find a replacement battery in your area but usually china phones includes 2 batteries.
You need to tap the 3G. Settings. Connections. Advanced tab, Select Network. My ISP drop down. Edit. Tap and hold on anything that appears in the box. Delete. There should be no connections left in the box. Done. Repeat for anything in the My work Network. Edit. Should be empty. IF not, delete any connections by taping on and holding.
If there is no other damage to your phone ie; dropped, water damage, etc, then the problem probably is the battery. If you have insurance with your current carrier, then you can get the phone replaced. This is usually a $50 deductible. Also, there is usually a 12 month Warranty Repair/Replacement option. If you purchased the phone from a retail location and still have the receipt.