Originally Posted by PBob1
Oh.. Sooo does that mean a factory reset won't work?
Android version is 4.2.2 and there is no software version noted down.
I'm not impressed that this has happened to begin with, when I bought the phone I emailed the seller (once I discovered they are in china) asking if the phone's covered under warranty in Australia, and they said yes. I was told by Samsung yesterday that it's not covered in Australia.
- Factory Reset should fix any data conflicts causing the S-Planner issues.
- Software version is the very first item in About device.
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If it ain't broke, use a sledge hammer.