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Discussion in 'Droid X FAQ' started by barrymyers, Sep 17, 2012.

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    Hi support i have a problem when i go to get on facebook my phone just started this foreclosing thing and want let me get on?? Could u help me with this issue?
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    Barrymyers, don't you mean "force-closing" (when applications stall and shut down unexpectedly), versus "foreclosure" (the process by which the bank takes your house for failure to pay the mortgage)? :icon_eek:

    If so, often times force-closing can be resolved by clearing the cache of the application. Also you can try uninstalling and reinstalling the application (except when it's a factory-installed app, in which case uninstalling the updates and reinstalling them serves the same purpose). If those troubleshooting tips don't work, I would try clearing the OS's cache, and if that doesn't work you may be left with doing a Factory Data Reset (FDR).

    Of course, you could always just pay your mortgage on time... (just kidding)>! :icon_ rofl:
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    Lol thanks!!
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