T-mo wing won't allow me to answer incoming calls.
Lately my Wing has begun to freeze whenever I get an incoming call therefore not allowing me to answer it. At first I thought there were perhaps too many programs hogging the space on my phone so I deleted them. That didn't work so I deleted other stuff that could've been taking up space and that didn't work either. As a last resort I reset the entire device in hopes that this would right the problem. It didn't. I'm completely at a loss now. Whenever someone calls the screen immediately freezes, I can't see who's calling and the phone just rings for about 5 minutes. When it's done it goes back to normal without even showing a missed call. Does anyone know how to fix this??
Re: t-mo wing won't allow me to answer incoming calls.
I had the same problem. Just make sure all your files are saved to your memory card and go to start, settings,system, then select clear storage. this will reset all settings to manufacturer default. It worked for me hopefully it works for you.
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You may notice that wings are usually curved at the top and fairly flat on the bottom. This causes the air over the top of the wing to move faster and therefore have a lower pressure than the air under the wing. The lower pressure mixed with the high pressure under the wing cause "lift". You can demonstrate this by holding a sheet of paper at one edge and blowing over the top of it. The paper will rise as you blow due to the low pressure you're creating by the faster air flow. It's called Bernoulli's principle.
I have has similar problems with smartphones I have had. If you don't already have a memory card for that phone, get one! Memory cards are a necessity with smartphones, at least 2Gigabytes. If that's not the case, then contact your phone company because then it might be a hardware issue in which they would swap out your phone for a new one.
There is a program called Slide to Unlock you can install. It gives you the iPhone like slide action to unlock your phone. It also allows you to set your buttons to no action without first sliding. After installing it, go to the settings and be sure that 'Slide to Answer' is ON, and 'S2A Answer Key' and 'S2A End Key' are both turned OFF.