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t-mobile wing phone acting eratically

Posted on 2009-05-14
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the phone sometimes turns on and works perfect for a few minutes then the screen can desintegrate or it will shut down and not turn on. I did a master reset and that didn't help it almost acts the way an over heated processer might.
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I found out that this can sometimes happen to the Wing . There was no sign that the processor overheated, though that still could be the problem . The only solution I could find was it needed a new system board.
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