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After running factory restore phone wont boot

I ran a factory restore and then try to restore file from my backup date in the process of doing so a message came up on my computer saying phone is not responding so i went ahead and cancel and from there after the phone wont boot. Its does not take any charging, not connecting via USB cable noting i have tried works. help please

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Just Download the update service by clicking on the download buttonon this link http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/support/softwaredownloads/detailed/updateservice/p1i?cc=in&lc=en

After you download install the service and run the update service follow the steps on the screen

Follow the steps and your problem will be solved

Ur Phones Operating System is Currupted that is the reason it is not responding.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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