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Is the Phone rooted and is USB-Debugging enabled? If yes, you could probably boot into recovery and try recovering the files via ADB. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8650407/how-to-copy-selected-files-from-android-with-adb-pull This Post shows you how to work with ADB to recover your Files ;) Greetings :)


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I don't think you can recover files and folders over the device which isn't booting up I would say first of all fix the booting problem up and then you can take the help of various recovery apps and software available to restore the deleted files and folder. I am know you can't recover 100% of them out but I would say to some extent you may get most out of ...


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T-mobile (toll free): 1-877-746-0909. T-mobile (direct): 1-505-998-3793. I called T-mobile, and they said I had to contact the manufacturer. LG (toll free, US): 1-800-793-8896 They also have a french version of the website, which you will go to by default when accessing lg.com if you are on a French ip. You can otherwise access it by going to lg.com/fr ...


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I use macbook and encountered exactly the same problem. Finally I successfully flash my phone (Flame). The key is to enter "Fastboot mode" by pressing down Volume Down and Power buttons together(Detail is in the section of official guide). When you're in Fastboot mode and your device is connected to computer, run fastboot devices again. This time the ...


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I think you need to flash stock rom in your device , the working of applications ensures that your device is not bricked.You might not be able to boot your phone in recovery mode which will not allow you to Factory Reset(you woun't see any content displayed due to splash screen) so you need to flash stock rom by third party applications from PC such as SP ...


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The battery charging animation is usually a series of images, displayed in the status bar. Assuming that you are talking about them (the images in the status bar), they are animated when an event is broadcast. Giving some more detail, whenever a charger is connected, an intent is broadcast, which is received by the SystemUI to animate the status bar's ...


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There are several apps capable of doing exactly that (adding other apps to the "autostart ramp"). Some of them you can find in my Auto-Start Management listing. I'd recommend you taking a look at Autorun especially for mainly two reasons: 1) it's the best rated I've seen so far, and 2) it's pretty permission-friendly (only requesting 1 permission: to be ...



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