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    Post Problem booting HTC Desire 310

    My sister owns an HTC Desire 310, got it from abroad thanks to a friend. But issue persists is the phone is no longer booting, when it turns on it just goes to black screen and stays until it switches off. Some of the store in Rajlaxmi Complex told me it's a software issue, but this phone haven't come available in BD retails yet. So any solutions as to where to get a proper check up?

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    Try to reset your phone by Press the Vol up and Vol Down keys while you power your phone on it should give you the prompt to reset your phone.

    Remember that this WILL ERASE all your data. Hope this helps you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy View Post
    Try to reset your phone by Press the Vol up and Vol Down keys while you power your phone on it should give you the prompt to reset your phone.

    Remember that this WILL ERASE all your data. Hope this helps you out.
    I think the store there already tried that, probably the memory drive where the OS is probably died

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    The phone won't even turn on anymore, i don't get whats going on

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    find out if it is Odin or SPtools flashable.. then give that a try....

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    find out if it is Odin or SPtools flashable.. then give that a try....
    Yeah but how? I charged it won't even show that it is receiving without the screen flashing at least

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