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Manual default for dopod 577w

It is possible that you can manually default the setting of dopod 577w? My screen went totally white and theres no display screen anymore. i dont know what happen but perhaps turning the phone to original setting could help it... Please could anyone help me. Thank you very much

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Sorry for you. I guess your display driver is gone. That's why you only see blank white screen.

Posted on Sep 14, 2007

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