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My Nokia g 55 fell down on earth and couldn't on. I mean dead what I do ?? its board replace able. Will be available in market.

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Hi Muhammad
Sounds like it fell down on earth... from heaven. But it Died.

Depending on model. User replaceable Battery Etc,
Open it up and clean contacts and re install sim card.
Not many people fix phones these days. Usually a throw away unless some tech guy collects the parts for them. All depends on where you are and the facilities around to repair it.
Good Luck

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