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Looks like a virus...

I received a text off my brother so no problems there - but the text came out in italics and the background was fuzzy - multicoloured lines that sometimes you get on the TV when it loses signal. Now, I can't turn the phone on at all.

Should I throw it out a window?

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Take the phone to a mobile service center and ahve them replaced the flexcable on the phone to correct this issue

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Sometimes if I type a e mail, and press a word which I want in ITALIC..when I have concluded typing the word I click so it goes off but then during the rest of the e mail it keeps coming on without my...


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Personally, I Italicize, Bold and Underline after I have finished typing by the 1st method. =)

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