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Virtual keyboard flip open... i cannot use the virtual keyboard to type in characters... it just popped up INFORMATION Corrupt... how can i ever use it again...

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    sony ericsson p990 flip open... i cannot use the virtual keyboard to type in characters...
    it just popped up &. how can i ever use it again

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Hi,

I would back up all my data and try a master reset of the phone. If this doesn't help, I would try to flash the firmware.

http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/support/softwaredownloads/detailed/updateservice/p990i?cc=gb&lc=en

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