Question about Casio G''zOne Type S Cellular Phone
Hi, when a phone it is continuously rebooting, it means that memory has been affected by VIRUS.
VIRUS can damage a phone in no time. VIRUS can be caused by downloading applications on your phone through the internet, or might be from data transfer from a phone to another phone.
To remove the VIRUS, you will need to flash the phone memory. Flashing the phone will restore back the phone to it normal state.
You can use this link to see how to flash your phone
Flashing a cell phone will erase carrier data from the memory. Cellular companies can usually do this for a fee. Online buyer sites sell the software kit that will flash a cell phone from home computers.
To flash a phone you will need to rewrite the PRL file by connecting your phone to a computer with the needed equipment. Your best bet is to take your phone to a dealer that flashes phones on a regular basis. For more information
Posted on May 24, 2011
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