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I got a used T-Mobile Galaxy S Blaze(SGH-T769) from Goodwill. Since it still has information on it, I am attempting to factory reset it. However, whenever I try to boot it into recovery mode, it boots into a strange screen where random bars of color show up. When I boot normally, everything works fine but it has a lockscreen so I can't do anything normally. Besides that, its rather difficult to do anything since the phone is missing its power button.

What could be the reasons for the strange behavior in recovery mode? Are there any ways to factory reset it besides that? Should I just give up on the phone?

UPDATE: I bricked it... Phone won't turn on at all after following guide at https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1591598, I forgot to uncheck re-partition... even more hopeless?

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What button combination are u using and there should be a factory reset in the setting

Go to settings Scroll to backup and restore click it scroll down and there should be a factory reset button I'll probably have to have 30% or more battery to do so

I have not had that model of phone but I've had a few Samsung's if above is not possible u can use Odin mode and flash new firmware to the device it's very easy to do if u have a PC to do it with Look for ur model phone and Odin guide Here is one I looked up for u Delete the space before and after the word firmware

http:// firmwarefile .com/samsung-sgh-t959

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  • Also make sure that the firmware is that right one for ur phone and ur service provider or u can brick your phone and it has to be the current firmware or newer because the bootloader won't let u if it's older at least I read that any way I've never tried to downgrade firmware – Seanb93 Jan 13 '17 at 22:26
  • Seems that something wasn't right, bricked the phone. Any advice on what I can do? – Panda0nEarth Jan 14 '17 at 0:43
  • Can u get to Odin mode – Seanb93 Jan 14 '17 at 0:47
  • Nope, cannot even turn on, does not show charging animation either.. – Panda0nEarth Jan 14 '17 at 0:49

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