March 3rd, 2013, 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted by ankitv147
I have a micromax Ninja A57 mobile phone which is currently unrooted.
When the phone was rooted I cleared some of the folders which I thought was not helpful and deleted contents of Dalvik Cache folder.
Now the problem is that I am unable to reset the phone to factory setting using the restore factory settings in menu.
When I do so the phone restarts and hangs at the startup splash screen and doesnt goes further.
Its the same when I restart the phone using volume+power key combination.
So, is there some way I can reset the phone to original settings using PC and restore the original OS of my cell.
Thanks - Ankit
Hello and welcome to the forums, ankitv.
You're in a difficult situation because the root/unroot procedures for that device are not as evolved as many other Android devices. In addition, needed files have been removed, so the functionality is, as you know, just not there.
I would try re-rooting, just to have a functional phone. Read the root guide and find out if you can successfully go through the steps to get it rooted again: http://androidforums.com/a57-all-things-root/617889-rooting-micromax-a57-ninja-3-just-5-min.html#post4963116
Post back your results. Meanwhile, I'm hoping others with the A57 will post here about other possible remedies for you.