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    Weird Stuff

    Well I've had my Bionic mainly bug free. But tomorrow I have a new alarm to set and my alarm tone was not available (even though it had been assigned to another time).

    So I downloaded Ringdroid and made an alarm and now it shows twice.

    Anyway. I was playing with ES Explorer trying to figure out where these are stored and decided to reboot for the first time in days to see what happens..

    It booted up but the screen was DARK. Nothing I could do including adjusting brightness would help.

    I had to reboot again. This time it was bright but Screebl stopped working correctly. It would not register when I put it down. So I turned it off and on again and it froze the Bionic completely.

    Time for a very rare battery pull.

    That fixed all of those problems but leaves me a bit disturbed. (and I had to get a key to get the freakin battery out).

    No idea what happened - everything has been working like a charm.

    I guess I could chalk it up to the media being in the wrong place - and screebl malfunctioning. But why the dark screen?

    Anyone encounter issues like this?

    Oh also, I run Ebuddy and I can't get it to load on boot even though the option is checked. Anyone else?
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    THANK YOU!

    I did a battery pull today and broke four of my nails trying to pull it out. I even checked google to see if I was doing something wrong.

    As for your question. I wouldn't worry about it. Electronics freak out sometimes and stuff like battery pulls fixes them.

    Only worry if it happens again.


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    None of those yet, except a message popping up every now and then saying screeble is using a lot of battery, would you like to close it...

    Battery pulls, altho being a pita that they are, especially with the bionic, usually clears up any minor probs like you explained. I wouldn't worry about it.

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