Hi 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 at the same spot on the "hello moto" screen. after making several attempts it kept doing the same thing. how can i get my phone to stop freezing or at least get it past the "hello moto" screen.
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
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start the phone without the sim, and when the insert sim screen comes up, just put in the following codes
phone will reset, and should fix the problem.
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The Evo N610c is upgradable to only 1GB of memory. You're overloading the motherboard, it can't handle 2GB. If you really need 2GB, get a new laptop (or a PC, for that matter). Otherwise, I'd run (2) 512MB sticks of RAM to even out the workload.
Something like this happened to me except my phone would not stop ringing an screen went all balack both sides... Try leaving your phone until the battery dies then charge it fully before turning it on it has helped me numerous times before.... reset button still works on mine it is like a miracle spot actually
My iphone froze up today, it just gave me a half lit screen and I couldn't even turn it off, nothing would work. I held the home button and power off button at the same time for several seconds and this seemed to make it worse. I did the same thing again, and it restarted the phone. Nothing lost except for 3/4 of the battery life for some strange reason. All is good, my phone is back!