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Old 10-09-2011, 03:50 PM   #11
Bookworm_Girl
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Device: Sony 350, T2; KPW2; iPad Mini Retina; Nooks
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Originally Posted by lightforx View Post
mine froze on day one after extensive manga reading. thankfully i also managed to find the reset button because i was starting to panic.
Mine has frozen once. I was in a periodical that is image intensive and over 600 pages. All of a sudden it started rapidly turning pages and then froze. I didn't have to use the reset button. I held the power button and it brought up the do you want to turn this off screen. It didn't recognize my tap of yes. I pressed the button to make it go to sleep. Then I woke it up and pressed home. Then I let it sit there. After awhile the home screen came back. I still couldn't reopen the periodical. I turned off power through the settings menu option "Device Shutdown". When I turned it back on, I was able to reopen the periodical, and it is functioning normal again. I wonder if it has an issue with large file-size, image-heavy documents?
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