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Booting problem??? My mda looks like it keeps on rebooting. It turns on and then within 1 minute that the os version shows up it turns back off again. And then turns back on again and off again. It's a cycle. Is there anyway that I can fix this? Thanks

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  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    hye i have the same problem any asisstance please

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    hey i have the same problem. any assistance please



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Uhm ya this is an option i have not tried it but there is a good chance it would work on the mda ... i have the tmobile wing OEM rom ... youcan put your phone in bootloader mode and load that then u will have thesame OS as the wing ... if ya want a link let me know

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