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Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by jappareti, Nov 20, 2009.
that shouldnt have anything to do... i have close to 70 apps and havent had to pull the battery.
None. Has been online since I bought it on the 7th.
Once. I tried to play a MP4 video file encoded for something else... either my old Treo or my GPS device (Pioneer AVIC-F500BT), not sure.
The video locked up the whole DROID. I don't imagine Linux itself was locked up, but more likely, for whatever reason, the I/O system was locked. So I couldn't kill the player, and had to force reboot.
My previous smart phone was a Palm Treo. You had to open the battery compartment to get to the reset button, but it had one. It needed one... I found PalmOS locking up several times a day, on average.
"And we liked it"...
Iv not had to pull the battery a single time and I bought it the morning of the 6th.
I do soft reset it every couple a days but thats just a habit carried over from years of using HTC WM devices where you pretty much HAD to soft reset every day.
I love this phone
1 time, but that was for a different reason. Nothing compared to my Blackberries.
Have had my phone on since 7:30am on nov 6th. Not a problem except for a few force quits
Never had to.
My wife's Storm on the other hand... every other day or so, and she doesn't really even use it if she doesn't have to.
I , too, got mine on the morning of the 6th and have not had to pull the battery once. I have done two power cycles to clear up two different app issues. I have been extremely impressed in this regard, as I came from a BlackBerry.
Phone locked up while using Ringdroid, screen went blank. pressing on/off would light the bottom function buttons, but still blank. Took a battery removal to restart.
Other time was early, can't recall the specifics.
Not even once... but with my Storm... I don't even want to talk about it.
Zip, Zero, Zilch, Nada.
none since it was released, well one to remove the sd card but does that count?