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1. Turn off HTC Home Sprint and Today Timeout. Settings
-->Today --> Items --> Uncheck Today Timeout and HTC Home
2. Turn off Activesync. This can be done by closing
activesync and going to Settings --> Phone --> Services -->
Time synchronization and uncheck time sync. This will stop activesync
from starting all the time
3. Turn Roaming to "SPRINT ONLY". Settings --> Phone
--> Services --> Roaming --> SPRINT ONLY
Open the Task Manager (top right corner icon), clicked
on the “tool” icon, then the “button” tab, and changed the “Enable the X
button to end running programs,” selection form “End programs by
tapping and holding X” to “End programs by tapping X.” Now, when you tap
the “X” to close a program, it actually closes, and frees up more
system memory. The same result can be achieved by tapping and holding
the “X”, rather than changing the setting, if preferred. The objective
is to CLOSE the programs and free up the memory.
First, do a power cycle. By turning your phone off for 10-20 seconds. Turn back on, follow these steps: . Put the auto key lock as fast as possible, so that the phone would turn off it's screen faster.
# Phone Settings > Security > Auto Key Lock > Change your time from this menu. It maybe saying 10 seconds now.
The reason this was set this way, was to conserve battery life. You can view: http://rukikenishiro.com/2008/04/how-to-save-battery-life-on-lg-ku990.html to TIPS & TRICKS on conserving battery life, w/o having to jeopardize your screen.
hey there,I think i've just found the solution, there is a wee brass terminal inside the phone above and below the camera iris when you take the cover off and inside the cover there are little silver receiving terminals, those were needing cleaned and the back shoved fully on, when i did this the phone started straight away.
I think that these additional terminal point complete the baterry circuit and let the phone know the back is on.
my phone froze and i attenpted to turn it off several times, after trying and not getting a response i took out the battery pack and placed it back in and turned the phone back on. after turning the phone back on it kept freezing a