- 11-28-2012, 04:43 PM #1
do me a favor and check under settings / email accounts and see if you have "not up to date" in blue text under facebook and error code: 83CF3105 when you click on it.
No Idea why this is happening BUT everytime my device starts doing it's reboot thing... this issue is happening as well
- 11-29-2012, 05:09 AM #2
I only have the main Microsoft account set up and it sync well. Having said that, I haven't had any reboots (knocks on wood) since receiving the phone two weeks ago.
What mail providers have you set up?
11-29-2012, 05:34 AM #3
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Had only one reboot 2 weeks ago, otherwise it was ok. But than just today I had 4 all happening in a span of 1 hour. I used the phone normally, took a couple of pictures, uploaded one on fb and installed an app for 1 minute before deleting it because it was useless. I have everything on except for nfc and bluetooth and am dazzled because I really don't see what could cause the reboots, unless there are some hidden background processes.
- 11-29-2012, 06:03 AM #4
- 12-03-2012, 10:32 AM #6
- 12-03-2012, 12:54 PM #8
- 12-03-2012, 01:09 PM #9
What's the point of returning your phone or getting mad at HTC? The problem is obviously not on their end. Microsoft announced their with be a patch in December to fix the rebooting issue. Getting a new phone is not going to help.
Unless the rebooting issue and the sim card issue are unrelated problems, then in that case the sim card problem might be HTC's fault.
- 12-03-2012, 01:44 PM #12
- 12-04-2012, 03:09 AM #14
Ive been given a faulty phone. The phone is made by HTC. Its HTC's fault and when they mess me about with promised dates for delivery of a new phone I've got every right to get mad at them.
Last edited by Dave Blake; 12-04-2012 at 08:06 PM.
- 12-04-2012, 11:54 AM #15
You can do what you please, I was simply trying to teach you something about how phones work. And just so you know, I'm having the same problem as everyone else. My phone has sim card errors constantly and reboots itself. But I'm not going to go 15 days without my phone and risk getting a new phone with the same problems.
If you've been given a faulty phone, that means everyone else has been given a faulty phone too. If that's the case, HTC would be required to do a recall on the product. They are aware of the issue, and have not done so. So it can't be faulty hardware.
"Ive been given a faulty phone. The phone is made by HTC. Its HTC's fault"
Netflix wasn't working on my Xbox last night. Xbox is made by Microsoft. So surely it's Microsoft's fault right?
Logic is very important in life my friend. Try to use it.
Last edited by Dave Blake; 12-04-2012 at 08:05 PM.
- 12-04-2012, 12:10 PM #16
When your done maybe I can teach you a bit about complaints procedure and consumer power so you dont spend a day without a phone and get some extras thrown in for the inconvenience.
- 12-04-2012, 12:18 PM #17
I believe it is an os/app problem. That's why it affects some and not others. My 8x has operated perfectly since the day I got it. I'm not a big app person. I use FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, Rowi, Weather Channel and Zite. That's pretty much it. I'm betting most of the people with reboot issues have many more aoos than that on their 8x.
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- 12-04-2012, 12:41 PM #19
I could easily do the same, I just have respect for the people on the other end who are helping you with your "problems".
I still find it amazing that problems on HTC's end from their "faulty" phones can affect Lumia 920 owners.
Please enlighten me on that one moron.
You can argue all you want, but you are still just consistently demonstrating your lack of understanding of the subject.
We have "Angry Pissed-Off Consumer" Vs. "Experienced IT Technician".
I'm assuming when your new phone starts experiencing the same problems, you'll try to say you were given a second faulty phone by HTC. And a third. And a fourth....
- 12-04-2012, 12:45 PM #20
The software from Microsoft is identical across all WP8 at its base. If the software was faulty every new windows phone would have problems and this is not the case.
Nokia and HTC add their own proprietary software to the phones. If this software was faulty every new windows phone would have the problem and this is not the case.
The carriers then add their own proprietary software to the phones. If this software was faulty every phone on that carrier would have a problem and this is not the case.
MS have pinpointed the reboot problem, nothing else and its not even clear if it will fix the reboots across all devices on all platforms.
So using logic that leaves the only variable as the hardware. The software patch may change the frequency of certain components to stop the overload thats causing the reboots and it may well fix it. But notice I said components - hardware - not software. So now we move onto the sim errors. See above for all the software logic and it brings us back to... you guessed it hardware.
My hardware has HTC on the back of it. Its got issues and its not down to software and thats just common sense.
Common sense is very important in life - without it logic is flawed.
"Experienced IT Technician" - "B*tch Please" the first line support guys havent got a clue. I had 2 support guys at O2 try and give me two different software patches because they told me my software wasnt up to date. Two different software versions and neither of them had 8. at the start to signify windows 8. Theyve got a sheet in front of them and if the answer isnt on it they tell you to return the phone.
Last edited by Dave Blake; 12-04-2012 at 08:04 PM.
- 12-04-2012, 01:12 PM #21
For example, if the reboots are being caused by a bug when syncing Twitter accounts, why on earth would EVERY WINDOWS PHONE have problems? Only the people who are using Twitter would be experiencing the bug.
Software is dependent on how it's used. It acts differently depending on how it's used. It runs differently. If the software is the problem, then it is not going to affect EVERYONE. It will affect the people who use it in a way that triggers the bug.
The only issue I am talking about is the reboot issue. You brought all those other issues into the conversation which are completely unrelated as far as I'm concerned.
You cannot apply common sense to something you have no knowledge about. End of story. It's obvious nothing will convince you that you are wrong. Even other people besides me.
Microsoft isn't the problem, HTC isn't the problem. YOU are the problem. Because people like you will ALWAYS have problems since you are always right and everyone else is always wrong. I have years of experience with this kind of technology. You have no credibility. You never will.
- 12-04-2012, 01:23 PM #22
And I'm 21 years old. I get paid the big bucks for a reason, even at my age. I'm an extremely valuable asset because of my intelligence.
- 12-04-2012, 01:46 PM #23
Great. So please explain reboots to me when I have no 3rd party apps running or installed, with no sim card inserted and the phone is in flight mode just sitting idle at my desk. Mr 21 year old IT wiz earning megabucks.
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