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Yes, assuming you had some "bad stuff" in the backup to begin with. For example, if you installed a malicious 3rd party app you found in some random site, then backed it up along with its settings to an SD card, then wiped/reset the phone to factory settings, then re-inserted the SD card with your backup and restored the malicious app from your backup, ...


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The general rule of thumb is: Anything that you can access online from your computer will not get deleted forever. For example: emails and contacts that you can access on gmail.com. all of those will not be deleted. files that you access in drive.Google.com, also not deleted. but photos that you can see on your phone but not on google photos, those are ...


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1.Do my gmail contacts, files in my drive, photos will be erased too or not? no.it just back to factory Settings. 2.Do I need to change my google password or my other accounts passwords after factory reset? no actually, but you can erase the phone with Full wipe.(for security) 3.Wipe my device on findmymobile.samsung.com does it erase my ...


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Any data that is synced to your google account is safe. Factory Reset will only wipe data that is stored locally on your phone. Resetting your password won't hurt, but it's probably not necessary, especially if you use multifactor authentication.


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Before proceeding, check your country's law regarding tampering IMEI. It might be illegal. However, the answer is meant to restore the IMEI back to original. The answer can work on Mediatek devices mt65{89,75,77,92,82}. Simply, its applicable on many Mediatek devices. In my situation, T1000's answer didn't work for my device Micromax A110q Canvas 2 Plus. I ...


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Follow the detailed instructions below on how to completely reset your RCA Android 7 Voyager (RCT6773W22) tablet. Step 1. With your tablet off, press and hold the volume up (+) button and power button until you see the RCA splash screen with Nipper and Chipper. Release both buttons to reveal the Android bot on his back with a caution symbol above him. ...


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Yes, but unrooting will require more than a simple factory reset. The process will depend on your phone model. Search your model and 'unroot' for instructions. Be sure the instructions are for your specific model and are from a trustworthy source, such as XDA. But if you were able to root your device, I assume you already know that.


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You must be referring to a firmware reflash. Keep in mind that this is a dangerous process if you're not sure what you're doing; so if you do choose to continue, follow these instructions to the letter. Oh, and I'm assuming you're using Windows. Download Odin from here, and install the Samsung ODIN drivers from here. Type *#1234# in your phone dialer and ...


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HTC phones are different from other phones and I don't know why that is, but sometimes when you reset the phone a variety of info stays on the phone. I know that for sprint the number can't change unless you put in a special code under one of the settings. I don't remember right now what that may be, but I'm sure that your service provider has run into this ...



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