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How i can reboot my phone it turns on but will not go to home screen. i went to restart the phone and it would not boot up. it had low internal memory on it. how can i fix this

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Clean out your internal memory, but you might need to do a system reboot on your phone ...
Be careful doing a \'system cleanout\' as it will delete and remove files ...
Your cell needs a reboot and clean out ... has too much stuff on it ...

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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you need to have the phone firmware reflash on the phone....so take it to a mobile service center and have them reflash it for you.

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have the firmware reflash on the phone

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SOURCE: Line across Screen and will not boot up.

take it apart and unplug the screen and plug it back in then restet all settings when the phone is apart try and clean it !BE VERY CAREFULL THAT YOU DONT BREAK ANYTHING ELSE ! dont do this if you dont have 1 single clue what you doing take it to the shops and get it fixed for £10-£15-£20

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SOURCE: low memory

Do you have a bunch of music, videos, or pics?

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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SOURCE: low memory

Either go thru and delete all texts and emails in the ph, along with reducing photos, or buy a SD plug in to enlarge the memory. cheers

Posted on Aug 01, 2012

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