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Depending on your device and android version. When setting up the device on Lollipop 5.0+, When you get to the part about "Get your apps and data" From the drop down select "Set up as new device." If on KitKat 4.X.X, When you get to Google Services setup screen, uncheck the "Backup and Restore" option. Once the device is setup and whatnot. If you go back ...
If your device is registered with Android Device Manager you can erase from that app.
I had the same issue Solution: battery replacement.
for those you got newer GMS, it seems the name of activity changed, try adb shell am start -n cotupwizard/.SetupWizardTestActivity instead.
You gonna need to boot into recovery mod follow this steps Switch off your Xperia Z first Switch it back on and the time when you see your phone’s LED notification light turn Pink! (or any other color) — start pressing either the Volume UP or Volume Down key a couple of times to make your phone boot into recovery mode Once you’re in recovery mode. Use ...
If your phone is not starting anyway try performing hard reset using hardware buttons Performing a factory reset using hardware buttons Note: All your data will be lost. If you can’t turn HTC Desire 700 on or access settings, you can still perform a factory reset by using the hardware buttons on HTC Desire 700. Important: The Fast boot option in ...
The only thing similar to this that I can think of is device encryption, it's built in to the settings panel. Every time you power on your phone, you are required to enter a pass-code, that you created. If you forget it, it will be more difficult to get back into your phone How To Go to settings Click Security Under the Encryption group, hit Encrypt ...
Turn off Wifi during the intial setup, it will skip that screen as all updates exceed 20-30MB which is deemed too large to do on a mobile connection.
No. The IMEI will be registered by Boost with the towers so it should reset back onto the network without any work on your part. Source: I did it with Sprint all the time
When your phone starts and you connect it to your PC you can restart your phone into bootloader using adb (USB-Debugging has to be enabled). Connect device to PC and be sure that the drivers are installed Download the Android-SDK (it includes adb) or find a stand alone on google navigate to this folder and run adb devices when your Device is shown your ...
You can do this: 1. Download an app called "PC Companion" (Link) 2. Install and run it. 3. Select the option "Support Zone New!" then click "Start" 4. Wait the program to install a add on 5. Select "Phone / Tablet Software Update" and click "Start" 6. Select "Repair my phone / tablet" 7. Follow the Instruction 8. Chose your phone model 9. Connect your phone ...
You can try installing a custom recovery and make a backup of the entire system. The backup will be a file that's like a zip/rar/etc. Then you can get your files that way. Take a look at http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_p3110 If you have the WIFI version of the tablet. Take a look at http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_p3100 if you ...
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