Question about Cell Phones
Hello there, sorry to hear about your problem,
Unfortunately many people are experiencing this exact issue, it is actually a problem with the PCB board in the phone (the actually hardware inside the phone) so it is not something you can easily reset on your end. You will need to contact the service provider of the phone (it's best to go into a retail location) and they can replace the phone under warranty for you.
As mentioned it's a hardware issue that can't be resolved by resetting / reinstallation.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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