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Help with E125!

My Casio now freezes at the Today screen when I first power it up. I have to do a warm reboot each time and then it's fine. If I then turn it off again and turn it back on using the power button, it freezes again till I warm reboot it. I have changed both batteries, but don't know what's wrong with it..Can anyone offer any suggestions? Thanks much.

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Before turning off the device close all applications running in the background. If this solves your problem it is time to do a full cleanup & adding some application like Gigabar or KillMe to help you quickly close the unused applications to free required memory.

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