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|06-03-2006, 20:39||#1 (permalink)|
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"""7100 stack in rebooting mode"""
|06-04-2006, 06:03||#2 (permalink)|
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no need make double post. If you flashed your phone properly just power it on and wait. can take some big time for blackberry phone they are very long to reboot.
|06-04-2006, 11:06||#3 (permalink)|
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