Question about Cell Phones
You probably need reflash firmware in your phone. It's easy like 123 on Android. You have to turn it off, then hold some hardware buttons (depends on model of your phone) for special Android menu where you need to choose reset to factory settings. Note: Backup Everything to your sd card (like contacts, sms, etc...) It will be working fine like new again. Which type is your phone? I'll give you right hw buttons which you need to hold when powering on to enter that menu.
Posted on Oct 27, 2012
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