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None of these theories work. You really need to go and see a Samsung repair specialist, and hopefully, you won't have to pay anything for it if it's under warranty or if it's insured. If they can't fix it your screed and will have to get a new phone x
Open Google maps app Open Menu (three lines on tope left) > Your Places Now you can see "Home" and "Work" listed on the screen Touch (x) button on the right to "Home"/"Work". whichever you want to delete.
There is a way (or there was) to boot your device and access to it as root using ADB. First, you have to boot your device into the bootloader. Turn it off. Press and hold Volume Down and press power. You need to find and download boot insecure image (boot.img) and boot your phone using that image fastboot boot boot.img Now you should be able to access ...
To answer your question: Installing the zip will delete (or change some apps) but not all. When you flash the zip it overwrites the "system" partition on your phone and so it changes which system apps are on your phone. Since google apps are system apps, but are not included in the CM zip, this is why you have to reflash gapps after because they get ...
You do not have to backup Entire /. Rooting phone only unlocks bootloader for custom recovery and involves installations of the su binary in /system partition and the overall partitions that can be affected due to bad root are: /system, /data, /cache. Rest of the partitions wont really be bothered. An effective way to backup your everything is to use ADB ...
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