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My phone is stuck on the "samsung" screen

So my phone had frozen while using my internet feature so i removed the battery and when i put it back in and turned it on the "samsung" screen shows and repeatedly flashes. it doesnt go past this. any suggestions?

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It needs reflash.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009


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