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Firstly and most important, the credits: I made this following this great tutorial at XDA-Developers by user metalgearhathaway: http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s2/development-derivatives/mod-partition-internal-memory-app-t2538947 I used PIT files (I'll explain what they are, don't worry) made from user ElGamal from XDA also, located at the same ...


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If you go into storage options on your phone under external SD card there should be an option to unmount SD card for safe removal. Select this option and once it is unmounted open the back of the phone eject the SD card, open the back of the Galaxy S2, insert the SD card and you've successfully moved your SD card!


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Go to Settings-->Apps-->Gallery (or any other Wallpaper browser app that you have used to set the wallpaper)-->Clear Data and Clear Cache.


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I found this application in Play Store but I'm not sure if it works or not. Just give it a try its safe to use. Here - DefaultApp Reset


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The S2 supports MHL through USB, so technically, yes. You won't be able to get a full display, just through supported apps.


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Changing to a custom rom like Cyanogemmod might help if the rom developers found ways to alleviate pointless battery loss on certain specific devices such as your GS2. If your phone is rooted you may try out flashing 3rd party kernels to see if they can optimize performance. Some roms have power/performance options which may help, but may also damage your ...


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You could change the way the logs are "viewed by". Go to logs-->settings-->view by-->all logs. If it is already on all logs, then quite possibly the logs are full, try deleting some or all of the logs.


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Check if your charger's current or voltage is not higher than what your phone is supposed to accept. I had similar issues before with generic (chinese) Android chargers.


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I had same problem. Later I noticed that my phone's date was set to year 1970. I corrected date. And now the problem is solved.


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I have a similar problem with the Galaxy Tab 1. It means the charger is faulty and won't charge the tablet (or will charge it very slowly - which seems to be your case). Try squiggling it around a little bit until it charge, also consider buying a new Samsung tablet charger (the phone charger has a lower output, which is inadequate for a tablet), don't use ...


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Thanks everyone for your feedback. In my case, there seemed to be no coming back from the dead. Tried the rice, tried a new battery, tried a hard reset. Nothing fixed it. Ended up getting a new phone.



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