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I have a C570f brand new. I turned on, end loaded all contacts using bluetooth, but when I had configured the email the screen got freeze. It not returned to work anymore (button turn off did not work, neither anyother). I removed the batery, reconnected, and turned on. The screen is freezed on white screen whith LG logo with no answer for any command. Tu turn off I have to desconnect the batery. Is there some procedure to fix it easily (some kind of boot reset...) ? Thans so much in advance.

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