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  Reply # 455186 4-Apr-2011 17:28
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All that sounds abit complicated for me/ Im abit lazy. I will take it into the Vf retailer where I bought it from tomorrow and let people know what happened.

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  Reply # 455356 4-Apr-2011 23:14
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Well this is Geekzone so you are likely to get geekier responses than the standard, take it back to the organisation who sold it to you :-)




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  Reply # 455401 5-Apr-2011 09:04
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Well mine use to do the same thing but it was a overheating problem, I guess you could unlock the boot loader and force a reload of the firmware but that takes a little bit of time and reading on how to do it. I would take it into VF and get them to repair.



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  Reply # 455743 6-Apr-2011 00:13
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I took it into the store today and it is now being sent away for repair. I explained what was the wrong and the girl didnt offer an explanation as to why that might of happened, but I guess I didnt expect that.

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