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very easy problem. go to setting select app switch to all and find Download Manager. you will see unchecked Show Notification. Check that with your nose. :)


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No, it will be wiped during the reset. If you remove it and then factory reset, it will remain encrypted to the "previous" system and will not be usable even in the same device with out formating and adopting again.


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Good to know that you have fastboot on it. I suppose your goal is to wipe the data and reset and not Porting a recovery or a ROM that it might run. use the fastboot commands to wipe the userdata and the cache fastboot erase userdata fastboot erase cache Good Luck!


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This happened to one of my friend some time ago. But his device and android version were different Why you're trying to connect to any connection? Just remove the sim card and skip the "Connect to a Network" step. It will give you a prompt, select the `SKIP ANYWAY` option and you're good to go !. Later you can insert your sim card and connect to your ...


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Did you try to flash something or root it. sounds like your caught in a boot loop. if your boot loader is unlocked download the firmware for your device at http://www.sammobile.com/ and use odin for windows to flash it


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your phone may be damaged now, So, I think that You have to install Stock ROM again. your phone will not avoid warranty. Stock Rom is default and official Rom. But, some cases, do not we want to install Stock ROM again .. If we can force reset Samsung phone. Then it will settle. So you had better try to reset from PC before flashing ..


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Three options. Use a USB-OTG adapter with a USB keyboard to unlock the device via password. Or a keyboard with a built-in OTG adapter. Since you obviously have a Google Account, log into Android Device Manager, and wipe the device through there. A Hard Reset via Recovery. Unlike some other Android devices, the Dell Venue 8 requires you press and hold ...


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The short answer is no. And the long answer is nooooooooooo. But in a more serious tone, really, the answer is no. A factory reset resets the device to its factory state, as in before you owned the device and it still had that factory fresh smell. Unless you made backups of your files and applications, you will need to re-download/reacquire your ...


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Check out this answer: http://android.stackexchange.com/a/147872/2960 This I think solves exactly your problem.


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I know this is already 5 months old, but for future reference 1. It sounds like you already have ODIN so I won't bother linking that, but just double check you have the latest version here 2. You will need your stock firmware so you can find that here. Just make sure you download the proper firmware for your region. If you get one file, it will have ...


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Good day. try to clean dalvik cache from recovery and try boot that phone again.


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I am assuming she either set a new pin/password for you by mistake or you already had a pin/password before she locked it that you cannot remember. Either way you need to reset the pic/password. Here are the instructions for Android 4.4 which you are using: "Older versions of Android — Android 4.4 KitKat and older — have an integrated way to bypass your ...


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Yes just go to encrypt sdcard and select encrypt but dont apply it then you can select decrypt and use your password


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Its called a bootloop and congrats you've soft bricked your phone... Now, you need to flash your phone with your stock ROM and it will fix your problem... You can either question for details here or Google it..



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