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My phone is continously getting restart and lower battery

Since 6 days my phone getting restart and lowered down my phone battery I have also changed battery still problem continued and all my data and contacts have automattcaly deleted.

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This could problem with corrupted software or your phone is been attacked by a virus you need to reinstall the phone software , please give it to a local service center and get it done.....



Good luck..

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