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Yesterday I have asked one question in SO about android and I got one answer. I had chat with that developer and he helped me to find out solution but bad luck.

When I open my SO account and check my Question status it was closed. I know question should be only close when that is improper or not having code or logcat or may be out side or Programming.

Where in my question i had put my RnD work , my File & my logcat also even i have set my question title with real mean.There are no single thing that should be found to [CLOSE] my question.

Here is my Question Link & I found something related in Meta

My Text and code Formatting is also okay as per SO rule.

How can I reopen my question or what should I do ?

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Question looks good, you can reopen it by clicking on reopen button. – Sumit Bijvani Apr 16 '13 at 4:47
up vote 6 down vote accepted

Your question looks like a valid question. You can re-open it in two way,

  • Either requesting users with 3K reputation
  • Flag your question with "other" option, mention to the moderator that "I have edited the question can you please re-open it ?
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He is having 250+ reputation so he can cast reopen vote on his own post. And whenever any closed question is edited, it comes into the reopen review queue automatically. – hims056 Apr 16 '13 at 4:49
now i need just 3 more votes for reopen. if you guys can vote for me then it would be good for me – Chintan Khetiya Apr 16 '13 at 4:51
@chintankhetiya, i am the first one to vote for re-open :) & him056 is 2nd one. lets wait for 3 more users. – Lucifer Apr 16 '13 at 4:51
okay.thanks for that. – Chintan Khetiya Apr 16 '13 at 4:53

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