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Old February 1st, 2013, 03:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,
I bring you to the call for help.

A month ago I bought this phone:
Phone is broken, starts loading and restarts again.
In factory mode (volume up Power) I saw that you were the creator of the Android version 2.6.32.9.
When I press the (Volume Down Power) appears on the screen with the triangle and exclamation point shot down the phone.
Because in my country are not at a high level of service to Android, I would ask for help in solving the problem (user, Drivers, Software etc.).

Thank in advance,

(Sorry for bad English)

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Old February 1st, 2013, 07:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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tell us what phone you have.
what did you do to it? what did you change?
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Looks very much like a non-branded Chinese phone of unknown manufacture, sold by a Chinese wholesaler. What's probably happened the software has become corrupted or damaged, rendering it bricked and un-bootable. Unfortunately it's an all too common occurrence with phones like this.

There is probably almost no chance of reloading the software yourself, as that's generally not available because the manufacturer is unknown. You'll have to return it to wherever you purchased it, and hope for a replacement or refund.

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tell us what phone you have.
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I think this: ENGLISH / PRODUCT_?????????????
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oh... that is so-- off brand. not many here have even seen one.
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Looks very much like a non-branded Chinese phone of unknown manufacture, sold by a Chinese wholesaler. What's probably happened the software has become corrupted or damaged, rendering it bricked and un-bootable. Unfortunately it's an all too common occurrence with phones like this.

There is probably almost no chance of reloading the software yourself, as that's generally not available because the manufacturer is unknown. You'll have to return it to wherever you purchased it, and hope for a replacement or refund.

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predragne, ^^^^ this is your answer.
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