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Topic # 98209 26-Feb-2012 21:36
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Can any one advise. my SG2 is either randomly or everytime i turn off and back on deleting all my data and restoring back to an earlier date (always the same date) It will restore texts, pics, contacts etc that i thought were deleted and delete all new "data" from the date it goes back to.  From what NZ Telecom told me it needs updating but the shop wasn't prepared to do it.  They said I could do it myself but didn't tell me how.   can anyone point me in the right direction, i really  like the phone but at the moment its totally unreliable as i cant save anything..

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  Reply # 587119 26-Feb-2012 22:32
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  Reply # 587120 26-Feb-2012 22:37
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I am sure the latest android version approved for Telecom sold handsets is 2.3.3 (check this under settings on your phone)

Your issue sounds more of a fault than a basic handset software update,

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  Reply # 587124 26-Feb-2012 22:48
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the sgs2 isn't skynet ie isn't born that smart.

it can't restore to a certain date unless you have backed it up.

if you have backed it up what application did you use.

if you used an application could it be that application.

what other stuff have you installed.




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  Reply # 587125 26-Feb-2012 22:49
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just being spooky here - i think someone has your phone on a voodoo spell




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