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You can use Kies. If that's not an option you can download Playlist Backup and use it to back-up your playlist. This application allows you to export your audio playlists (both System, Poweramp and Google Play Music playlists) to sdcard or Dropbox. You can keep as many backups as you want for each playlist, but as metadata.


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Yes. You can do it easily. First Make sure you didn't have any Sim Card inserted in your phone and go away from any possible wifi area (incase if you did turned on Wifi or Mobile Data). Then simply remove your Google account through Android Settings and try to use another Google account. (this works for all case) This can help you to get your phone being ...


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Apps that can't be uninstalled are apps that come hardwired in the ROM of your Android device. These are typically vendor specific apps or the Google apps. "Android System" is pretty crucial to your device, so it's weird it's even possible to uninstall it's updates. Every Android device as this, but normally it's not listed. You can see it pop up in your ...


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Maybe. It's probably safest to just back them up to the cloud or an external device. Google Photos is an easy way to do that.


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You can access your S6 edge remotely on your computer by using SideSync. However, your phone will need WiFi to be turned ON or to be plugged into the computer using a USB cable to allow the connection. Hope this helps.


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A factory reset removes user apps and data, leaving the system partition alone. It sounds like you removed the system keyboard and had a user keyboard erased. You could sideload a keyboard with adb or something, but based on your comment that the OS is not working in general it would probably be better to flash a ROM (presumably whatever ROM you're already ...


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First, turn off the phone by using the Power button. Press and hold Volume Up + Volume Down + Power key for some time. When you see a menu with two options, remove your hand from buttons. Afterwards, press the Volume Up to enter Android System Recovery. 5. Select the "Wipe data / Factory reset" by using the Volume buttons and press the Menu Capacitive ...


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Source: Factory Resettin an Android Device from a Computer Step 7 Turn on your Android phone and connect it to a USB port on your computer. Type “adb shell” and press “Enter.” When ADB connects to your device, type “--wipe_data” and press “Enter.” Your phone restarts in recovery mode and restores Android to factory settings. But judging from your ...


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The arguments which may be supplied in the recovery.command file: * --send_intent=anystring - write the text out to recovery.intent * --update_package=path - verify install an OTA package file * --wipe_data - erase user data (and cache), then reboot * --wipe_cache - wipe cache (but not user data), then reboot * ...


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You can try this while the phones is on. (You MUST have USB debugging enabled and authorized) adb shell recovery --wipe_data


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Just press down on the app in your list. It will select, then click on all you want reinstalled. Then click install once. You will have to click accept repeatedly. It's easy: same spot, just tap tap tap...


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The easiest way to fix it (without even voiding warranty because we will be flashing an official firmware image) consists of a few small and easy steps: (Assuming you have already installed Samsung's USB drivers) I take no responsibility for damaging, bricking or otherwise damaging you or your phone, but that's how I flashed since a few years now and it ...


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I'm not sure why you are certain that malware has written to /system. As pointed out by @GiantTree, no 3rd party should have been able to write to it. This partition is protected at all costs by your system, which is also what makes rooting so difficult on your device. In practice however, there is a rather high chance an exploit was found and not made ...


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On some samsung devices (rather newer, e.g. Galaxy A3), there is no need for root access to reboot into recovery mode. Enable the Developer options on your device (Settings > About device > pushing several times "Build number") and switch on the USB debugging. You need to install adb ...



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