What do I do if my Kyocera Event keeps restarting?Every time the phone is in use it will power down and return to the start up screen.
Why will my Kyocera Event not turn on?The phone will not power on when holding down the power button.
Answer to: Why is my Kyocera Event Freezing?Soft Reset Press and hold the power button to turn power off. Remove the phone’s rear cover and remove battery for about 10 seconds. Replace battery in the phone and put the rear cover back on. Press and hold the power button to turn the phone back on. Hard Reset (Factory Reset) Doing a factory reset will delete all content stored on phone and reverts phone to original settings. 1. Press and hold the power button to turn off phone. 2. Hold down the "Volume," "Power" and "Home" buttons at the same time. Continue holding the buttons until the 3-D Android logo and a menu of system options appears on the screen, and then release the buttons. 3. Press the "Volume" button to scroll through the menu options and highlight "Wipe Data/Factory Reset." Press the "Power" button to select the option. 4. Use the Volume button again to highlight "Yes, Delete All User Data," and then press the "Power" button. This will delete all your personal data and settings from the phone, and then returns you to the first menu. 5. Highli...
Answer to: Why wont my Kyocera Event delete photos?Open the gallery, then view a picture. While the picture is displayed, hit the menu key and choose delete. If your phone has been synced with your google account, the picture will return regardless of how much you try and delete it. To fix this, go to Settings, then Accounts & Sync and click the Google Account and uncheck the google photos option. This should allow you to delete photos without them coming back, however, your photos will no longer be backed up on the cloud afterwards. You may need to turn off your phone and it also may take the gallery some time to refresh, but you should notice that the photos have been permanently deleted One other option is to remove the folder from the Gallery, and go to Settings, then the Application Manager. Next click the tab labeled ‘All’, find the gallery on that list and hit Clear Data. It may pop up a window saying it will delete everything, it shouldn't actually delete your regular photos though. If the photo is still coming back, you may need to go to a bit extens...