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Sir, i hav motorazr v3

Sir my phone doesn't receives any ringtones or songs,both the fom usb , or bluetooth.it shows "file is corrept"  aftr downloading.please sir solve my problem. thank u

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You need to take the phone to a mobile service center and have them reflash the phone's firmware to correct it.

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Back Up Your Stuff 1st Thoughh!!

Well Good Luck And If That Doesnt Work New Phonee?

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