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Old 12-23-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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This is a bit off the wall. I went skiing yesterday and had my phone (t-mobile G2x) in an outer pocket of my parka. The air temperature was about 25F. When trying to unlock the phone all I got was a blank screen and an unresponsive power button. Rebooting the unit by removing the battery yielded the same result.

The phone is fine now. I do not see any operating temperature information listed in the specifications. I assume there is a recommended temperature range because I have had these things overheat and crash on me. Just like my computer

*which I accomplished without dropping anything while on the chairlift.

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The software of your Android phone have got corrupted. If your cell phone is still under warranty you can get the software re-installed with spending a single penny. Consult the dealers from where you purchased your HTC set rite away.
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