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Olá (hi) You can recovery you device by installing again its original stock rom. See more about it at the following website: (it is in portuguese) http://smartmundo.com/brick-matar-aparelho/


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Your system might have become corrupted or hampered by some misuse/mishap. The method below will install Latest factory Firmware for your Samsung device, i.e., Unbrick the phone. Steps to Install latest firmware Note: Write your Phone model number like "GT-I9812" and IMEI number on paper beforehand. Put your device in downloading mode. Don't ...


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This is something in Android that is called the dalvik-cache. It's basically an optimized version of the android package you usually install/download on your phone. This is usually done while installation and doesn't need to happen at every boot. However, in your case, reboots apparently trigger a dalvik-cache dump(for lack of a better word). So, Android ...


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The reason why this happens is the bootloader being unlocked. There are random models of ZenFone 5s that are shipped by ASUS with some sort of defect in the motherboard (as they say...). If the original bootloader is replaced by an unlocked one and does not match with the bootloader originally installed on your device, the problem manifests. There are only ...


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Do you have antivirus installed on your phone? If so go to settings and lower the security setting from high to medium i sems as though its a security feature you may have on i just visted the page from crome on 2 different. Devices and had no problems or bo restart. I did however visit the page from my home pc that does have firewall antivirus set to high ...



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