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V3 got useless while ringtone transferring

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My moto v3 phone's screen suddenly turned black while ringtone transferring by P2K Commander. It can only be switched on and off, but no sound and no image and also no button works. I'm afraid that some of it's sound and image files have been deleted. What will I do now?
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Try removing the battery then hold down power button for 15 seconds. Then put battery back in and power up phone. This should work.

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You can take the phone and ahve the firmware reflash on the phone.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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