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Firstly it may be useful to merge this with your other question as they are very related. I have already explained to you how to root your S2 so I won't repeat those instructions. And yes it is possible to recover the /data. What you need to do from here is to first complete what I said about rooting it. From there, you should get a new rooted recovery ...


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I believe I have a similar problem and shall update this answer as I find more information. What variant of Samsung Galaxy S II do you have? These steps could help: Fresh reboot by pulling battery, SIM card and any external SD card out for a while (some sources I have read say to wait over an hour). Clear the cache partition (this is safe, no data loss): ...


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You need the file http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1674014&d=1359080668 here and copy it to the external SD card (the one you connect to a slot in the phone) Steps: Save the file to external sd card Open stock recovery (press power + vol up + home button) Install zip from external sd card Choose the file ...


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Hold the volume-down button, the Home button and power button until the phone restarts and don't let go, the bootloader should appear after 10 seconds approx.


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The newer Android versions already support moving the app from internal SD to an external. It should be in Settings->Applications->Manage Applications.


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In case anyone is still having issues, try an app called mediaserver killer.


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When flashing a ROM, make sure that all required packages are the right version. Usually it will state in the error which modem is needed. Since you are using the latest android build, you would want the latest modem version. Also read the thread on the ROMs forum and search for modem within their thread for extra info.


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On my Samsung Galaxy SIII (GT-i9300) updated OTA to Android 4.3 screenshots are taken by simultaneously holding Power+Home and the screenshot is saved under /storage/emlated/0/Pictures/Screenshots.


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For the reboot problem. Wipe cache and dalvik-cache. 9/10 times that is the reason for the bootloop. If it still happens, then reflash a stock Rom (wiping everything - clean slate) and then continue with flashing a custom Rom. As far as what phone to recommend. Not only is that opinion based and speculative, but is clearly against forum guidelines on what ...


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Regarding the battery drain and restarting. You need to flash a clean factory image from Samsung first. Then flash CyanogenMod again. As for the replacement, I would strongly recommend Nexus 6. However, if you're not wanting to spend that kind of money, get the 5. In sticking with Nexus 5 for the foreseeable future.


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I advise you to do factory reset of your device as the problem sounds to be software related. If your mic was to be alright, even the voice mail wouldn't have worked.



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