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Worst software fb donot run images donot open on fb msgs get to users when we open whatsapp application only....

Had complaint so many times but no response fed up with this phone.

App dont run like fb share it mx player have to uninstall them and again run repeat in 2 or 5 days uninstall reinstall fed up.....i want my money back

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