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Topic # 25168 13-Aug-2008 19:15
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Hey all, i have a problem with my nokia 6275i. I was putting themes on it when i may have unplugged the USB cable too early whilst it was still in the gallery. Now whenever i try to get into the gallery it says "opening gallery" with the loading animation for ages before freezing with the screen dimmed, and then restarts itself. I think i screwed the software up or something, i really don't know..was wondering if anyone would be able to help??

cheers,
joe

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  Reply # 156675 13-Aug-2008 19:26
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Take it back to the place of purchase to get your phone sent away for a software re-flash, just don't be suprised if you are charged or asked to pay up front to get this fixed as you have likely used a third party theme (which is not covered by your warranty).

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  Reply # 156850 14-Aug-2008 11:27
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Try plugging it back into your computer and copy all your gallery files to your computer, then delete anything that isnt there by default. Then try copying your stuff back over except the extra themes.

If you had selected a custom theme, and the theme is not there then it will revert back to using the default




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