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Download a free Antivir product and check your phone thoroughly: looks like you've got a virus. If that doesn't help (sometimes it doesn't) try to 'Factory reset' and as a very first thing download Antivir which will protect your device
3)Remove the battery, Simultaneously hold volume(-) button and red
hangup button, while still holding those keys, insert the battery and
wait for the led to go out, release keys and device will hard reset
I am also facing the same problem with my O2 XDA mini. It seems to be the problem with the battery/charger. Are you using genuine battery/chargers that came with the phone? I am using a local battery so assume that it has to do something with the battery itself.