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Cant text letters

Help plz cant send messages it wont text letters it can type out numbers & symbols but wont type out letters

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I think the firmware might have got corrupted ....
this might have happened due to the shutdown of the cell due to low battery or due to the sudden removal of the battery when cell is on ...

just try giving the restore factory settings option(reset) ...
it will ask for the password or the security code give it ...
then your phone will be reseted ...
after this your problem will be solved ...

any doubts reply me
i am always here to assist you
thank you
bye...

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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