[Q] phone calls cause sluggishness, freezing, and crashing of phone app
I just recently decided to root my phone shortly after changing providers from t-mobile to family mobile which is run through t-mobile but cheaper. I figured fresh start all around right?
Well I rooted it, put cm10-or-10.1 linaro on it (forgot which) did some v6 supercharging (had no idea what I was doing, probably shouldn't have bothered) and everything was fine except when I would receive or make a call the phone app would freeze up and at times I could hear the person calling inbound but they couldn't hear me. I could call them back okay though. I figured I'd try a different rom, it didn't help. Now when I make outbound calls the screen freezes in the transition from pressing call to the screen it displays during the call, then the screen shuts off which I assume is the proximity sensor kicking in and then I can either turn it back on and the screen displays correctly or the hardware key lights come on but the screen stays black. Upon hanging up it just sits on the during call screen with everything grayed out for about 10-20 seconds before it finally goes back to home.
So far I've been through: the stock rom, peach sunrise, cm10 linaro and cm10.1 linaro and none of them have been error free. Is this a hardware issue that can be addressed? I've searched around for a topic similar but with no real luck. This is the closest I could get http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1293442
and they seemed to come to the conclusion that it was an internal memory error.