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My LG Shine boots up to a stage and shuts down to begin to reboot again and continues to do this without actually booting completely. It will boot to a stage without the sim card and just stop at that stage.

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    Thank you that fixed the problem so far so good - Ian

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Sounds like you may need to reset the phone, this may solve the loop issue, but you may loose some of the data in the phone.

reboot the phone, while in the boot up process, press 1880, then let it sit.

hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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