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You can first try to do this : Go to setting > manage application> google playstore > clear data if that wont stop your problem, you can download BackUp apps from many other sites on line. try 1mobile market or MoboMarket etc. If your phone is rooted, try titanium backup http://www.papktop.com/titanium-backup-%e2%98%85-root-5-5-0-1.html You need to ...
Hold volume up + Home + Power Key wait for 3 mins Press volume down 3 times Press power button Press volume down 6 times Press power key That will do a hard reset.
I can think of two relevant facts. Apps that were pre-installed as part of the system (i.e. came with the phone) are not deleted by a factory reset: they just go back to the original version, and will probably be updated by Google Play later. If you had Back up my data turned on in the device settings (on the Backup & reset page), then as soon as you ...
There are two methods in order to factory reset your device: (Here is the source youtube video) if your device is working but cant navigate or you got problems with Screen.. then Use the Hardware Method here -> follow the steps here: Hold the Volume Up Button with the Power Button and the Home Button, all at the same time, till you feel your Phone ...
According to the manual for your tablet, there should be a "Reset" button. Try holding it while powering on the tablet and see if it boots into special mode (recovery) that lets you perform a reset.
The following link may help you. http://www.howtogeek.com/130611/how-to-factory-reset-your-android-phone-or-tablet-when-it-wont-boot/
A factory-reset deletes all the user data. It's as if you had a brand-new tablet (but any system updates you've previously installed will still be there). This means the tablet won't have the password for connecting to your Wi-Fi network, nor the password for your Google account. The first time you turn it on, it will take you through the same initial setup ...
Settings>Accounts>Backup and reset>Factory Data Reset
I think I have finally found a partial solution. By using these commands via ADB, what can be done by USB cable or Wireless ADB (my case), the contents of the internal filesystem of the tablet seems to have become clean: adb shell wipe data I hope this info will help anyone.
Apart from using the Anti-virus which might or might not work, I think you should try applications that can protect certain area of your Android while allowing access to some.I use applock to protect access to my messages and gallery, I think you could also use this application to lock access to settings that lead to factory reset.I think that's the only way ...
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