Question about Sony Ericsson P910i Cellular Phone
Those ARE native formats that symbian OS would recognize normally. It seems your OS went corrupt due to another 3rd party application. Unfortunatly your phone needs to be flashed. Go to a certified service center and see if they can help you. If all else fails, feel free to look in my profile, and i can definetly hep you out.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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