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Seems to be corrupt

I unplugged my phone from my mac without putting the icon on the desktop in the bin first and waiting for it to say 'now safe to unplug your phone'. Now it doesn't work. It switches on but can't see anything on the screen apart from the word ok!

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Yup, your phones memory is corrupted. have it flashed or reprogrammed by qualified personnel... 

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