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Phones don't have viruses, yet. Your phone's memory is most likely full and the processor if it is struggling. Start by deleting or moving out most of the files. Next you should remove some of the apps. Finally you should do a hard reboot - stop the phone and remove the battery for at least 10 hours - this is how long it takes to the RAM memory to completely loose all data stored in it..
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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