Question about Nokia N72 Cellular Phone
Your phone most probably has a virus. You probably got it when you transferred any songs or multimedia application by bluetooth. You have to get it formatted to remove the virus. If you have a memory card get that also formatted to ensure virus proof.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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