Are you using a Task Killer app? (Not a good idea, if you are)
- Task managers:
- Some devices include a task manager, which you can access from the applications menu. Use it to stop any applications you are not using.
- Never install third-party task managers, or apps that close and end running processes. They interfere with how Android works.
Note: If you have installed a task manager, then uninstall it.
- Task managers:
No, I meant did applejack disable apps, not necessarily killing them automatically using a task killer. For example:
im also getting the same issue... i've had my one s since launch day, and i too get 'loading' when pressing the home button after being in apps. i've tried advance task killer, erasing history etc... the phone shouldnt be bogged down by the apps i have as they all run fine on my htc desire.
does anyone know why this is happening? im in the process of telling htc, if i get a helpful response, i'll post it here
htc have responded with the following:
1. From Home go to settings > Developer Options > Dont keep activities should be unticked.
2. If the above doesn't help, please turn your device off and then back on again, and try again.
option 1 was already unticked and i have tried restarting the phone. iv replied to htc, so watch this space!
@dirtfiend, i manily get the 'loading' message coming out of the stock gallery application, so i wouldnt have thought there was a 3rd party apps issue, however, ICS is relatively new, so im hoping theres a fix en route
My new HTC One S is horrid, lots of problems and they are NOT app related. I've performed a hard reset and returned the phone to it's shrink-wrapped state and the problems still persist:
(1) phone turns off on its own for no reason,
(2) phone overheats during use (video and/or audio playback),
(3) phone displays no bars ("emergency calls only") in metro areas where another T-Mobile phone has 5 bars
(4) voicemail indicator remains on indefinitely after all messages have been deleted.
T-Mobile tech support recommended that I switch the phone to 2G mode (settings-> GSM only) That did NOT solve the problems. Basically, I have a new $600 phone and a $112/mo plan and I can't make calls in a metropolitian area (Denver, CO) the same area where my old T-Mobile phone and my work-issued 5 year old AT&T phone works with 4 or 5 in-call signal bars.
Good job T-Mobile ... you get the award for loosing a customer of 10 years.
Also, T-Mobile tech support does not know what an ADB USB driver is and can not provide it.
Suggestion: Don't buy this phone. Try Verizon or Sprint.