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Old 04-07-2009, 04:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've had a strange problem since upgrading to .113 (link in the sticky) on my 9500. Basically, whenver the screen goes off, a press of either any button or the screen doesn't do what it's meant to immediately. I have to hold it down for usually at least a second before the device appears to wake up and then do something.

This happens in a number of scenarios. If it's in the holster and I pull it out, I have to press the screen or a button for about a second before it comes to life and does anything. More oddly, if I'm on a call, the screen goes blank as expected. When I go to hang up, I have to hold the hang up button down before the phone wakes up, registers that I'm pressing a button and hangs up the call.

Any idea what's going on?
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? I noticed that as well. I just upgraded to .113 today.. It's like it goes into sleep mode like my old 8703e. Not really a big deal to me, probably even saves on battery life? I haven't come across it happening on a phone call yet. If it does that, then that could be a tad bit annoying.
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