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Well, what you can try is firstly make sure that you have switched your device completely off, next step would be turning the phone back on, pressing power button+and also hold the menu button, now continue holding the menu button until you see the Home Screen ! This will boot you onto the safe mode ! :)


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Inbuilt apps that you deleted/disabled will be restored. Any apps that you installed from Google Play and weren't pre-installed on your phone wont't be restored. You will have to redownload those apps again which you want to use again. Also give this a read and the linked question inside.


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I have a suggestion. In fact, some recovery programs can help you like excellent Tenorshare Android Data Recovery. It can recover lost apps data, photos, contacts etc within several seconds. Of course, you can try others


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I believe you would have to reformat the partitions using odin (for samsung). It may have wiped out said partitions and erased the data on that partition. I am not sure if there is a way to recover, this is where a nandroid backup comes into play.


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Firstly it may be useful to merge this with your other question as they are very related. I have already explained to you how to root your S2 so I won't repeat those instructions. And yes it is possible to recover the /data. What you need to do from here is to first complete what I said about rooting it. From there, you should get a new rooted recovery ...


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I believe I have a similar problem and shall update this answer as I find more information. What variant of Samsung Galaxy S II do you have? These steps could help: Fresh reboot by pulling battery, SIM card and any external SD card out for a while (some sources I have read say to wait over an hour). Clear the cache partition (this is safe, no data loss): ...


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Since Android 4.0, the connection standard that is used to connect your phone to your computer is MTP. To be able to see the files on your mobile from your computer when they are connected you will need to make sure you have the correct USB driver for your phone and also that the phone is unlocked.


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Surprisingly, it seems that there is an application that has ALL my lost contacts... my Hangouts shows all of them. Unfortunately, I can't restore them from that list. Is there a way to restore them from my Hangouts?



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