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Old 03-26-2009, 08:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey good people of the world... Small problem I have had over the past couple of days...
Every time a phone call comes to my phone... There is this black clock type icon that shows up and delays my phone calls and thus causes me to miss many of them!!
Also does it sometimes with texts as well.
Either way, it is somewhat annoying to miss phone calls and so forth ...
Any suggestions, help, or comments! Thanks so much in advance!!
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Old 03-26-2009, 08:44 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If you haven't loaded any new apps that might be interfering, I would do a battery pull.

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No sir, no new apps ... AIM .. about two weeks ago! Thanks for pointing that out.. and doing battery pull as we speak
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Battery pull seems to have worked... clock gone.. (granted its early.. but I have had 3 people call me and no clock)... !!! Thanks!!!
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Was that in the middle of the screen and small? Sounds like it's the "hour glass" of the phone doing something and stalling. You probably have a memory leak and ran out of memory which a battery pull would work to fix it. You should check what OS you're running and upgrade if necessary. That should fix any memory leaks you may have. =)
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BTW, I use alt-cap-del instead of a battery pull - this is fine 95% of the time and a bit easier than doing the battery pull.

Glad it worked for you....

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