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Road to answer Because I did not clearly understand the difference between selecting, Wipe>Advanced Wipe>Data>yes, and Wipe>format data>yes I did not thoroughly/consistently test the latter option as I thought it was the same as the Wipe>Advanced Wipe>Data>yes option. Since I experimentally determined that a factory reset did fix the ...


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I am passing by to post a possible solution to those who have similar issues. Although I cannot say it is definitive/long-term (I did it only yesterday) the device is really much more responsive now, and the hangings and crashes seemed to disappear. The steps were (without deep details): In my computer: Downloaded a stock ROM from a reliable source (mind ...


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There is a sort of recovery mode called EDL, the new ODIN mode. As you are using a samsung phone, download galaxy S20 firmware (you need to type somewhere the phone e.g. SM-G530FZ Galaxy Grand Prime phone code), and downlaod Odin. Shut Down completely your phone. Press volume down button until connect your phone to pc, and the phone should be recognized by ...


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If you'd like to factory reset your Samsung device, you must hold the Home, Power, and Volume Up button. It will then take you to the Samsung recovery mode. When there, use the volume keys to control the options and the home buttons to press. There should be an option called factory reset, press that and wait for it to delete all data from your phone. Then, ...


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The solution to my problem was that somehow my phone couldn't access the Samsung Account site over my home network. I've switched to a hotspot of my other phone, and now everything is working as it should. I was lead to this solution because I've seen other people having problems with accessing the Samsung Account site. Perhaps some providers have problems ...


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