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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Needforspeed, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. Needforspeed

    Needforspeed Well-Known Member
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    try these steps and tell me your results!!

    1.Turn off the phone with the power button

    2. hold down the power button and vol down key till the screen turns on with the bootloader menu

    3. go down to "clear storage" and select yes"(It WILL NOT delete the contents of your sd card)

    or simply hit factory reset from the settings menu


    This does not require root
     

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  2. Mr. Ed

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    Umm....you are suggesting a factory reset. This deletes all user data. (And no, Not SD card)

    You start from scratch.
     
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    This what I was told from a sprint rep
     
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    Yes, a factory reset usually clears up any software bugs. You can also do it by going to menu-settings-sd and phone storage- factory reset
     
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