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It keeps restarting on its own

Randomly one day it switched off, then within the week it would switch off more regularly until its at the point where when i switch it on, it does the opening theme then automaticaly the closing theme, sometimes it wont even switch on. i took it to be fixed an they said it wasnt the phone, must be the battery. i baught a new 1. two weeks later, same problem. please help.

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Re: It keeps restarting on its own

No its due to corrupted software it should have to be reinstalled if its under warranty go claim it else fin nearest service center and have it reinstalled it shouuld cost you only about $75

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