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It erases my pictures for no reason and sometimes I have to turn it off and then back on for my text to go through

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Chances are the main board is corrupted, turn it off, remove battery and memory card, reinstall card and battery and turn it back on. if it will do the same thing have it service, if within warranty call motorola support and have it replace.

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