you should take it to your cell phone company service and demand for a new phone a unsatisfied customer deserves a better plan or you have insurance and you have coverage on the phone take it in the shop and have them look at it im thinking it may have something to do with the battery if so ebay sells batteries for phones maybe even at a cheaper price
6 months ago
Last edited at 9:03AM on 6/19/2013
My touch phone from T-Mobile began to do the same after I reboot it. T-Mobile always sends you a message saying you have to reboot your phone and after you do this the phone gets mess up. It begins to restart in the middle of texting, and it reboots 4 times in a row, when opening an app or just because. Now that I have a new phone, after the 14 days they give you to add insurance to your phone I received the same message of rebooting the phone but guess what I haven't reboot it yet and it is working perfect. Two phone got mess up like that. What is it? Do they download something to make your phone go crazy so you have to buy an new phone because you don't have the insurance? What is the point of having the insurance if when you need to change your phone they say you have to pay a lot of money?