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LGENV2 Keeps on freezing and shutting down

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#1 mkewavefan97


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Posted 30 March 2010 - 01:17 PM

I am a customer with Verizon Wireless and the phone I currently have is the LG EV2 and sometimes my phone likes to take a nap sometimes.

what is mean is whenver I recieve a text message and I reply to it, as soon as I enter the first two letters of the reply text message my phone freezes and then turns off on me. This really drives me crazy sometimes, it makes me want to throw the phone out of the window. My contract with this phone ends on May 11th but in the mean time I want to figure out what this problem is so I don't throw it out of the window, and so it doesn't happen to me again.



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Posted 30 March 2010 - 02:03 PM

Have you done a 'hard' reset by removing the battery for two minutes or more? Is there a firmware upgrade available? I would look into those options, then if it persists contact Verizon and find out if this is a known issue.

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