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HTC Desire Rebooting on its own

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By jonmall1441, Senior Member on 5th May 2010, 08:34 PM
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18th August 2010, 01:50 AM |#311  
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Finally got home about 3 hours ago, phone seems to be working fine so far :)

They didn't upgrade to Froyo, however I didn't think they would as it's T-Mobile branded.
 
 
18th August 2010, 08:55 AM |#312  
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Finally got home about 3 hours ago, phone seems to be working fine so far :)

They didn't upgrade to Froyo, however I didn't think they would as it's T-Mobile branded.

You never said before that your is T mobile branded phone... that explain why you get your phone back so quickly...
18th August 2010, 10:48 AM |#313  
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You never said before that your is T mobile branded phone... that explain why you get your phone back so quickly...

Not really as I sent mine to HTC not T-Mobile. :)
18th August 2010, 10:52 AM |#314  
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choccky

Did they say what they did to your phone to repair it, did they replace the mainboard?

My G F phone is T Mobile and she sent hers yesterday to HTC for the rebooting problem.

Cheers.
18th August 2010, 11:21 AM |#315  
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choccky

Did they say what they did to your phone to repair it, did they replace the mainboard?

My G F phone is T Mobile and she sent hers yesterday to HTC for the rebooting problem.

Cheers.

Only thing that was mentioned was over heating problem, but I believe they have changed the board.

I also have a tiny feeling the screen has changed also, as I could see it a little better today in the sun, but that might just be random luck this morning or had it little brighter in settings than before.
18th August 2010, 11:25 AM |#316  
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Originally Posted by choccy31

Not really as I sent mine to HTC not T-Mobile. :)

sorry, I thought it was sent to network first...


Let us know if the issue was resolved and if the mainboard was really replaced,

I've phone them today and as always they told me nothing... Still awaiting for the parts..

Choccy what did you said to get so much information over the phone??

I am really dissapointed of the service as 3 weeks tomorrow since it was posted
18th August 2010, 11:32 AM |#317  
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Originally Posted by misiokicio

sorry, I thought it was sent to network first...


Let us know if the issue was resolved and if the mainboard was really replaced,

I've phone them today and as always they told me nothing... Still awaiting for the parts..

Choccy what did you said to get so much information over the phone??

I am really dissapointed of the service as 3 weeks tomorrow since it was posted

I just rang them everyday and nagged them.

Sometimes I got Indian call centre - other times I got English based people who could tell me 100% what was happening, hence new mainboard.

Just keep calling them once a day - also I beleive they have a turnaround time of 2 weeks, after that they should then do priority.
18th August 2010, 11:36 AM |#318  
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Originally Posted by choccy31

I just rang them everyday and nagged them.

Sometimes I got Indian call centre - other times I got English based people who could tell me 100% what was happening, hence new mainboard.

Just keep calling them once a day - also I beleive they have a turnaround time of 2 weeks, after that they should then do priority.

Thanks Choccy,

Yeah you right, keep bother them everyday So next phone call tomorrow!!

Hopefully your phone is fully working now, Try to use a gps and maps for some time and let me know how you get on,

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Martin
18th August 2010, 01:12 PM |#319  
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As the Desire and Nexus have similar hardware, does this issue appears with the Nexus ?
18th August 2010, 05:06 PM |#320  
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http://www.google.com/support/forum/...ef3d9aee&hl=en

yes...
even SE X10 suffers the same issue.

http://talk.sonyericsson.com/message/8722
18th August 2010, 06:13 PM |#321  
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Originally Posted by yike

http://www.google.com/support/forum/...ef3d9aee&hl=en

yes...
even SE X10 suffers the same issue.

http://talk.sonyericsson.com/message/8722

both seem software related, so not the same (hardware) issues that we have...
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