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Well it's possible only if you are deleting unnecessary apps and free us the storage. Another thing that you can do is root your phone and delete even those system apps which you don't need. But I prefer to factory reset the phone to speed it up.


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No it can't. In this case its safer to use a backup app like Titanium Backup which can backup folder structure or full system and downloaded apps data + apk. it'll also keeps your Settings, Home & Lock screen wallpapers, app widgets, bluetooth pairings, bookmarks, call logs, WiFi Access points and every other data which will be backed up with Google or ...


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I ran into this when I purchased a new phone. SD cards where not the same. One from my old phone would not fit the new one. Used windows to copy the Colornote files over to the new phone. First used USB cable on old phone and copied files to a folder on the Windows desktop. Next used a USB cable on the new phone and copied the files into the Data/colornote ...


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I am not sure with samsung account but I am sure it works with Google account, if you have backup and restore enabled from day 1 of the account setup. Then you will get everything back.


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I would recommend doing a nandroid backup before messing around with it too much. If you have a custom recovery installed, such as TWRP, you could download the stock ROM of your specific model (or really, any rom you wanted), and flash it via custom recovery. I highly suggest backing up prior. Once you do this everything should go back to how it would be if ...


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Just reinstalling factory ROM will remove root access. I am assuming he has a custom recovery image installed? Also, how exactly is it showing that its rooted? Is a superuser app installed? Stock ROM?



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