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Rebooting i run out of battery and i changed to use my spare battery but after the change, my phone keeps restarting and telling me system and some application error. the phone keeps restarting every time i switch it on

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  • zubu Feb 24, 2008

    how to reboot

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There may b two reasons that the particular point to which battery attaches has gone bad so ur cell is not getting proper current,, so change it pliz..either u need to flash the software of ur handset.

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