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File corrypt every file that get into my phone corrupted....what should i do..help me????

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    ive got a problem my phone dont wnt to enter its games and application file how do i reinstall it? it says operation failed everytime i try to enter

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JERUNG - upgrade the firmware on the phone to correct this issue

GUEST - the phone need to be reflash this can be done online at topsony.com or take it to a mobile service center to have them flash it for you.

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