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Lindopski

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I have noticed my SPV C550 has become more and more sluggish as time has gone on , despite me removing loads of stuff from storage and putting things onto the mini sd card.
sometimes the phone will ring ill click answer and it will not connect the call and then crash with the persons name on the screen saying calling.
sometimes I will play an mp3 and it will play at a higher rate than normal and as for moving through the menus , that in itself can take an age as the phone is very sluggish in response to a key press for whatever I choose.
I also get a problem when opening sms messages from time to time whereby a small whell will appear containing windows mobile colours and all it does is spin and wont open my sms inbox , this usually entails a reset.
also the bluetooth on my SPV is rubbish compared even to my ancient 6230 Nokia it finds people then loses them even when a phone is placed right next to it, it locks up when sending files which then requires a reboot before you can send anything else.
Other than these problems the phone is great, anyone come across or solved any of / all of these

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Welcome to the Wonderful World of MS Smartphones :rolleyes:
The BT stack is rubbish compared to Nokia's offering and periodic reboots are almost mandatory, as are frequent visits to Task Manager to run-stop applications which hog the OS memory.
My 550 works in a similar manner (or not :( ) which all adds to life's rich tapestry :)

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ryder has said it all - But I find that hard resetting the device ever few months help's alot.

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Welcome to the Wonderful World of MS Smartphones ;)
The BT stack is rubbish compared to Nokia's offering and periodic reboots are almost mandatory, as are frequent visits to Task Manager to run-stop applications which hog the OS memory.
My 550 works in a similar manner (or not ;) ) which all adds to life's rich tapestry :P


:rolleyes::lol::(

That actually made me chuckle :D

If that doesn't work, then you can backup ALL your personal data (SMS, contacts, calender items etc and all your personal files in the storage bit of your phone) onto your PC and hard reset your phone which will wipe it clean and restore it to factory settings, then reload all your data and HOPEFULLY it will work alot smoother :)

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