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Usually you shouldn't lose any of those, only the settings you've made on the phone and applications you've installed on it. I've reset a phone to the default settings, but it was really long time ago so right now I can't remember in detail what exactly got deleted. However I would suggest you connect your phone to a computer and make a backup of the files ...
Yes. Surely you will lost your personal data, contacts and everything. To avoid this, you should Backup your files and everything to your SD Card. You can Restore it again to your mobile. This following site will help you how to take backup and reset your mobile and then restore it back. http://www.wikihow.com/Reset-a-Galaxy-S Thats all.. :-)
Are you sure that KingoRoot did not root your device? It is reported as working for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Lite. Please verify with a Root Checker if you have root. Another known method for that device is DF ROOT (direct download). This app may be in Portuguese, so if it is, here are the instructions in English: Open DF-ROOT. Go to "Fazer Root." Choose ...
According to gsmarena.com, your device (Samsung Fascinate SCH-I500) does not have either a secondary camera (front camera): Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash Secondary No It is most likely a proximity sensor (which can double as a light sensor): Features Sensors Accelerometer, proximity, compass
It seems there is a known bug for devices running on Android 2.x. (Samsung Galaxy S1 and its siblings run on Android 2.x.) From Retrica's FAQ #14, I am using an Android device. Why can't I see the preview? It often occurs if you are using devices that run Android OS 2.x version. Retrica team is aware of the issue and working on a fix. In the ...
The Samsung Galaxy S (not S2; S3; S4 or S5) uses a full size SIM. The iPhone 4 uses a Micro-SIM. Maybe the answer above, well, kind of missed the wood for the trees.
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