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My games are not functioning...

My games arer not functioning well after i reformat my phone memory even my games are installed on my memory card.. other problem is my camera was not well functioned.. the cp said that their is a failure on my hardware.. how can i solved this situations.. pls help me.. need your consideration about on this matter.. thanks a lot.............................

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1.please re-install your games
2Contact mobile technician for solving your camera problem

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