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Phone crashes to bootloader with pdanet

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by Orbit, Jan 8, 2011.

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    I have been using my Droid1 as my primary internet source for about 4 months now with pdanet. I stay under the 5gb cap but starting about the beginning of december I would be connected for a while then it would just crash to the bootloader. Its getting a bit frustrating and I was curious if anyone knew anything about it. I've tried googling it but I couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance

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    Can you head into "Manage Applications," and delete cache for PDANet? I can't say it will work, but it's worth a shot.
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    Q.Q nope there wasn't a cache to delete. The option was there but there was nothing there to delete
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    you could uninstall and then reinstall pdanet
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    Unfortunately I've already done that twice. That's why I came here because I ran out of ideas
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    Lol I think I might just go get regular internet.
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    Or you could root your phone and use usb tether from google code.
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    I've read a little bit about rooting before. Could I have a good how to link please? I'm kind of a noob @ this
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