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I have a Samsung i730 that is upgraded to WM5.  My problem is that I cannot turn it off.  When I use the on/off switch, it turns off the backlight, but does not shut it down.  The only way I have found to do this is to remove the battery.  Has anyone else seen this?

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As far as the on/off switch goes, the phone can supposedly turn off completely with the off switch, but I couldn’t do it on my friends i730 without momentarily removing the battery. When the phone was turned off and locked with the switch, merely sliding the keypad out, immediately reactivated the phone.

Try holding the power button down.

Else its just a major flaw.

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