Question about HTC HD2 Smartphone
When I touch the icons on the screen nothing is happening. People call and I cannot slide the lock over to answer. I cannot get into my text messages. I take the battery out and put back and it works for a few minutes and then stops again. I have to keep taking the battery out to get into things on the phone.
I think you have installed so many apps in your mobile and you need to remove all useless apps to free up the RAM of your mobile. Keep clean to your mobile with security software and uninstall all useless app and games. Games are takes so many memory and don't open too many apps in a once time.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is an issue that I have run into with this device before and is, to my knowledge, unrepairable. Unfortunately if you are outside of your 30 days, they'll sometimes go out as far as 45 days if you put up a stink, the "reconditioned" device is the only option short of paying full price for a new one. Good news is, the reconditioned devices aren't as bad as they sound. I have had HTC phones for a couple years now and the reconditioned models have been more reliable than the original, new models, mostly because they have been looked at more closely by technicians to ensure that they are in working order. When phones come off the proverbial assembly line they don't get quite as much attention. You should not have to pay for a replacement device, especially if you have the Total Equipment Protection plan. Speak with customer care and have them send you that replacement. Don't be afraid to ask for a supervisor if necessary however, most agents you receive should have the tools to get your device replaced for you. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
SOURCE: HTC messaging disappeared
I had this problem ,also no notifications of voicemail as well as not being able to acces the messaging screen. I was just about to send the handset in for repair and decided to remove the 4gb micro sd card .turned the phone off ,removed the card,turned it on again ,bam messaging works again !! hope this can help someone else too :-)
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
I was having a similar issue only my text was getting bigger. I found this link and it answered our problem and it also had other useful information: http://news.softpedia.com/news/HTC-Touch-Pro-Review-97938.shtml
The HTC Touch Pro supports SMS, MMS and email. Thanks to the 3D interface, users will be able to thumb scroll longer messages in the Inbox. Dynamic font resizing (zooming in/out with the scroll wheel) is also available. HTC Touch Pro also offers Message delivery reports in its Settings menu.
After reading that I tried it out on one of my text messages and sure enough it changed the font just like it said it would. The center button allowed for the zooming in (bigger) and out (smaller). All you had to do was run your finger around it in a clockwise and/or counter clockwise motion.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Take the battery out of the TP and then press down very hard on the spacebar. This will reconnect the flex cable and will fix it for the time being. But in the end a replacement will be needed.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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