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Topic # 61097 9-May-2010 12:52
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Telecom R100.
it keeps freezing and turning itself off. and no I dont touch a single button, I placed it on the table, and watched.
I can send texts alright (I sent one as my facebook status and it worked (:) but I cannot recieve them.
This is confusing me, its never done this before :(

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  Reply # 328150 9-May-2010 13:01
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Is this a question or a statement?


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  Reply # 328158 9-May-2010 13:49
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  Reply # 328160 9-May-2010 13:59
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Take it back to Telecom and they will send it to Telegistics. There may be a fee if it got wet though.

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  Reply # 328166 9-May-2010 14:20
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the phones memory is full, this phone only has 40Mb of shared memory, you need to keep your text in/out to less than 100 also goto menu, file manager (top left) click right soft key (info) and read the available memory. Delete some mp3, photos or video. Problem will go away

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