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Error message My phone was working normally when it shut itself off. When i tried to turn it back on an error message came up saying "bootloader usb init". Can you explain to me how to get my phone to work properly again?

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I'm getting a bootloader usb init screen


Your phone is partly fried. It needs to be re-flashed. You can do it with a USB cable and the proper software....Google "bootloader USB" for some help in finding the software. One thing to try, hold down the "*" and "#" keys while powering up the phone, this could possibly help, but I doubt it.

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