Question about Motorola Mobility i875 Cellular Phone
Well....i had a similar motorola had the same problem....and it turned out the firmware corrupted on it...firmware CAN be fixed...but you need special tools and softwares...and u have to know what ure doing...i just recomend buying a new phone...its too hard to fix firmware on ANy kind of device.plain and simple...but if you want to try....u can try googeling firmware uploaders....then u will need a USB cable to the PC.....if the computer cant discover it thats a problem...but once u delete the firmware YOU CANT REVERSE IT! the only way to put it back is to install a fresh one...and it doenst always work....and the hardest part is Finding the APPROPRIATE firmware for your particualar phone..sometimes its imposible because cellular companies never submit there firmwares....so yah....i reecomend buyuing a new phone.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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