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Okay, it may support it but B25 CA has not and will not be deployed on Sprint anytime in the near future (if ever) so support is irrelevant.

 

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sooo the question still stands then

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How do you do a "hard reset" on this phone? Holding power and volume up doesn't seem to work anymore after getting Marshmallow

 

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How do you do a "hard reset" on this phone? Holding power and volume up doesn't seem to work anymore after getting Marshmallow

 

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Try Power + Volume down OR Power + Volume up & down.

 

Nexus devices like Power + Volume down.

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Power and volume down is screen shot.

 

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My HTC 10 just died.. ???? was on the charger and it never turned on again.

 

Worst thing is that HTC gave me the worst customer service

 

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Power and volume down is screen shot.

 

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Typically, when you are doing a hard reset without going in the factory settings the device is off. With the device is off, press and hold Power + Volume down. This will power up the device into the bootloader.

 

Can't take a screen shot when the device is off, unless this is a new feature in the HTC 10 that I am unaware of.

 

Edit: In my earlier post, I assumed it was common knowledge to the turn device off beforehand. 

 

Here's are two videos just in case further clarification is needed:

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Typically, when you are doing a hard reset without going in the factory settings the device is off. With the device is off, press and hold Power + Volume down. This will power up the device into the bootloader.

 

Can't take a screen shot when the device is off, unless this is a new feature in the HTC 10 that I am unaware of.

Maybe "hard reset" isn't the term I mean. On my previous HTC phone (EVO LTE and One E8) I could hold power and volume up and it would come up and say "Continue holding for x seconds to restart". It was supposed to simulate a battery pull.

 

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Maybe "hard reset" isn't the term I mean. On my previous HTC phone (EVO LTE and One E8) I could hold power and volume up and it would come up and say "Continue holding for x seconds to restart". It was supposed to simulate a battery pull.

 

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I believe with the EVO LTE it was just holding the power button for 10 sec or so.

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My HTC 10 just died.. was on the charger and it never turned on again.

 

Worst thing is that HTC gave me the worst customer service

 

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What did they say?

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What did they say?

I didn't really get an answer.

 

I took it to the sprint store and they told me the bootloader was corrupt. They were Abel to turn it on bit it was on a bootloader and won't charge.

 

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I didn't really get an answer.

 

I took it to the sprint store and they told me the bootloader was corrupt. They were Abel to turn it on bit it was on a bootloader and won't charge.

 

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Did they swap it for you?

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Did they swap it for you?

They did ordered a replacement.

 

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All of a sudden, with no apparent firmware or app updates, the screen shot compressing during a text issue is fixed now! I have sent several today and they have been a good quality (no pixelation).

 

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I made the mistake of stopping at a sprint store Sunday and played with the HTC 10

 

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I made the mistake of stopping at a sprint store Sunday and played with the HTC 10

 

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They have it on display? You should have taken a rare pic of an HTC10 in the wild!

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I had an odd thing happen to me the other day. I was on the Outer Banks of North Carolina by the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. I lost all service on my HTC 10 while my wife's A9 was still on LTE and usable. I restarted my phone and still had no connection at all. I was only able to get 1x when I roamed on US Cellular.

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I had an odd thing happen to me the other day. I was on the Outer Banks of North Carolina by the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. I lost all service on my HTC 10 while my wife's A9 was still on LTE and usable. I restarted my phone and still had no connection at all. I was only able to get 1x when I roamed on US Cellular.

Did you try a profile or PRL update?

 

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I am on prl 55054. I figured that was the latest PRL and I did not want to fiddle around with profile updates while I was out there. Bad experience in the past. I did look it up and it appears that it is a data roaming area for sprint.

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Still only 2 stores within 50 miles of 15010 have this phone...  :o

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HTC 10 drop test......

 

 

I saw this a while ago, I don't think there is any phone that can break it's record yet, dropped 31times.

 

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I saw this a while ago, I don't think there is any phone that can break it's record yet, dropped 31times.

 

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you don't need to drop it, the OS will stop working or the motherboard will need to be reset. I've had 2 that they had to replace because of it. Needless to say, I moved away from HTC.

 

 

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you don't need to drop it, the OS will stop working or the motherboard will need to be reset. I've had 2 that they had to replace because of it. Needless to say, I moved away from HTC.

 

 

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Between my wife and I we have had atleast 6 HTC phones and we never had this issue.

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My wife and I started with evo 4g to evo lte to a m7 I had, both had each a m8 and now we both have the htc 10. The only actual warranty replacement was the m7 I had for the camera purple hue issue. That's my meaningless anecdotal evidence. Pretty good if you ask me.

 

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I, too, have owned every HTC flagship since the original Evo 4G (WiMax) and never had issues like this. Love my 10.

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