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All I have is conacts & images & email

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I think this happened to me too. I freaked out, understandably, but I just turned my phone on and off a few times, took out the battery and sim, and after a very, very long, agonising wait, somehow everything came back. Not sure if you have the same problem, but yeah. My phone's always glitching, this being one of many issues.

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    aibhlin_art Dec 15, 2012

    I think this happened to me too. I freaked out, understandably, but I just turned my phone on and off a few times, took out the battery and sim, and after a very, very long, agonising wait, somehow everything came back. Not sure if you have the same problem, but yeah. My phone's always glitching, this being one of many issues.

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