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Sigmatel s4 is not starting

I have some changed in engineer menu
poweroff in 3 sec display message come and
till now it is not strated
please help me yaar

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A Sigmatel S4 is a kind of cell phone dude.
1 - Get the manual for it.
2 - Read the manual for it.
3 - Take the battery out of it, wait 10 minutes, put the battery back in and start from scratch setting things the way you want them to be.
4 - If none of that works take the phone to your provider and get them to fix it or trade it for a not broken one.

Carl

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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