Question about Cell Phones
Yes, you should. Or before that you can check whether it is your battery problem by reinserting your battery and switching on your phone. Or checking if it is your sim card error, by reinserting your sim card into the phone. Start-up failed usually is related to software and hardware, thus bringing your phone back to the retailer for servicing would be the best option.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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