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Screen on start up...freezes

What should i do when i can't even get it to run thru the whole system and open up??? then i could probably updated the sofware? maybe?

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Hi,

I own the same cellular as yours and i had the exact problem as you,

I couldn't do anything to work it out but i got it to the appartment store and had a software update after the salesman sent it to the Nokia central office.

I strongly recommend that you could try the same as me!
Hope you fix it!
rgrds

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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