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K700i is restarting after 1 min.

My telephone is reloaded each minute, prompt me, in what the reason and as it to correct. I am engaged in repair, but the circuit for this telephone I can not find. Help me please, it is very a pity to me to throw out my telephone. Beforehand is grateful.

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My friend you dont need to find circuit for the phone cause problem is not hardware, you will need to upgrade your software.

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