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Is the Phone rooted and is USB-Debugging enabled? If yes, you could probably boot into recovery and try recovering the files via ADB. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8650407/how-to-copy-selected-files-from-android-with-adb-pull This Post shows you how to work with ADB to recover your Files ;) Greetings :)


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I don't think you can recover files and folders over the device which isn't booting up I would say first of all fix the booting problem up and then you can take the help of various recovery apps and software available to restore the deleted files and folder. I am know you can't recover 100% of them out but I would say to some extent you may get most out of ...


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As of October 2014: See this, it offers a direct way to do just what we're looking for. Nutshell: Connect phone to computer Swipe down from top of phone to get to settings (Samsung Note 3) tap "Connected as..." and select "Camera (PTP)" to access photo folders. (Alternatively, tap "Media Device (MTP)" to access all folders) FINALLY!


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Here is a FIX I found for you. Read thoroughly. This will solve your problem. The first mistake that most people make is flashing incorrect/old/outdated version of recovery. The second mistake is not matching the correct/proper ROM/firmware to the device hardware. Incompatibilities when flashing account for the majority of failed installations. Always ...


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Go to Settings > Accessibility > Answer calls with home button.


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Turn the phone off, or take the battery out. Put the battery back in and hold VOLUME UP and the HOME key, then the POWER. Hold all three until you see it says recovery mode. When you get to the android, press both volume buttons together and it will show the recovery menu. The rest should be self explanatory.


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SoftBricked!!!!! You need to re-install everything. Checkout How to restore Samsung Galaxy S2 . Go for XDA one


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As mentioned in comments, you are booting the phone into download mode. So technically your phone is turning on just fine but you are not doing it in the way that boots android. Instead just press and hold only the power button until you see some flashing or the boot logo appears. Download mode is like samsungs sort of equivalent to fastboot. It will ...


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Try one of the following: 1) Dial *#9900# and tap the second instruction (Delete dumpstate/logcat). This procedure freed about 400MB of my (internal) phone storage. 2) Or check out this link for lasting solution: http://techotv.com/samsung-galaxy-s2-internal-storage-apps-space-tutorial/ I hope you will find these very helpful.


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It is still kind of unclear what you exactly mean. In general: a factory resets formats the whole userdata(data) partition. The data partitions contains your installed apps, databases where your customized settings for the android system are stored(for example if you changed your homescreen; added some shortcuts/widgets etc.). Also the cache of the virtual ...


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Samsung Galaxy S2 is shipped with an unlocked bootloader, so it won't be locked when you Factory Reset it. If it's rooted, it will not be unrooted, but SuperSU or Superuser app itself may be removed (If it's not installed in system partition), so you'll just have to reinstall it. And if it's a factory unlocked carrier specific version of the phone like i777 ...


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A factory reset will not change the status of the phone with regards to "device lock" (Can I connect to other networks?) or to "bootloader lock" (Can I use custom ROMs?).


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If you have another memory card try it out and see if it works. If it does then your first memory card may be corrupt or damaged. If the second memory card doesn't work either then it's possible there is a problem with your SD card slot on the phone. If the problem is the SD card slot then you may need to look into a warranty replacement for the phone, if ...


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It's definitely rooted.. So it's better to completely wipe the phone.. But as you need your data, you can try and run it in safe mode. As soon as you boot your phone , press down the volume down button, keep holding until you reach the lock screen. then press the safe mode button on bottom left.. ...


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There are two microphones on your phone: one for speaker and one for non speaker. You have to clean the mic port on the bottom of your phone with a small pin.


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You can root your mobile and can use some partition tool or go through this link http://www.android.gs/increase-galaxy-ace-internal-memory/.



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