4/17/2015

System Restore Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/S5/S6/note 4

Part 1: System Problem about Samsung Galaxy
Part 2: How to Restore System from Samsung Galaxy
Part 3: How to Recover Lost Data From Samsung Galaxy after System Restore





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System Problem about Samsung Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy phone bought soon, there are system updates, a problem, only to find after the automatic update, I bought a smart jacket small display can not normally use, Complete Restore : A Complete Restore uses a Complete Backup to restore your system to the condition it was in when the Complete Backup was made. If you have no stored Complete Backups, you can still use the Complete Restore function to restore your computer to its initial status.

Samsung, the phone you want to restore the phone after root out the official system

Now there are a lot of local friends to Samsung Mobile Brush note3 upgrade or perform root( Top 15 Reasons to Root Your Samsung Phone and Tablet ), but there are a lot of newcomers are the first attempt, due to lack of experience, will inevitably lead to this or that problem, such as mobile phones Brush failed, bricked the open the machine can not experience problems when the firmware update:

Tips: Other Samsung Galaxy mobile phone always have the same problem just like Samsung Galaxy Note3, 

/Samsung note3 restore factory settings can not be switched black
/Samsung note3 machine can not boot logo boot interface card
/Samsung note3 root bricked up, Rom KIES, boot screen displays only the Samsung logo
/Samsung note3 Five-piece brush official original firmware does not boot ROM software update failed firmware upgrade encountered
/Samsung note3 delete the wrong system software into the system at the point where, after updating the phone comes with an upgrade does not boot up
/Samsung note3 brush does not turn on. Open face has been set in the flags do not move. Does not boot after the phone ROOT failure. Brush does not turn into a yellow exclamation mark
/Samsung note3 encounter problems when updating the firmware, KIES, select recovery mode before trying to update the system error can not be switched twinkling
/Samsung note3 boot display phone + computer + exclamation Brush ROM failed. Card in the interface. Set the screen does not turn the page had been parked in the boot has been flashing




Root privileges obtained through third-party software, you can access and modify almost all mobile phone operating system files, but doing so may affect the stability of the phone, crash, reboot and other human failures. After obtaining permission in addition to the general board components such as memory and CPU main cause adverse. Root belong to modify the operating system software, according to the ordinance are not included in the warranty. Samsung To improve customer satisfaction, to provide customers with a free upgrade for Root firmware service if Root has affected the mobile hardware required to replace the motherboard, you need to charge the cost of the motherboard. If your machine after Root need to restore the machine to the original version of the system, connect the machine to a Samsung service center, the sales engineers to help check processing. Restore the device to factory settings themselves are unable to cancel Root privileges.

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How to Restore System About Samsung Galaxy ( How to factory reset your Samsung galaxy system )



How do i recover my samsung galaxy grand back to normal? it has been bringing android system recovery page for the past two days and i have reboot system several times but its not working. pls help me out.

                     

Resetting your Samsung Galaxy S3 can be helpful in the event your device is experiencing problems or you just want to restore your phone back to its default factory settings. Performing a reset will also wipe all your personal data and settings. Follow one of the three methods below to reset your Samsung Galaxy S3.

Way One: Reset from the Settings Menu

Step 1: Tap “Menu” from the home screen.




Step 2: Tap on “Settings.”


Step 3: Select “Back up and reset.”

By default, your device will automatically backup and restore all your data. If you do not want your personal data backed up and restored following the reset, tap on each corresponding option to clear the check box.


Step 4: Tap on “Factory data reset.”


Step 5: Tap on “Reset device.”

If you have the screen lock feature enabled on your device, you will be prompted to enter your password or PIN code before you can continue.



Step 6: Select “Delete all.” Your phone will then reset by wiping all data and rebooting




Way 2: Reset when Powered Off

Step 1: urn off your Samsung Galaxy S3.



Step 2: Press and hold down the “Power” button, “Home” button, and the “Volume Up” button.


Step 3: Wait for your phone to vibrate, then release only the “Power” button.


Step 4: Wait for the Android System Recovery screen to appear, then release the “Home” and “Volume Up” keys.


Step 5: Press the “Volume Down” button until the “Wipe data / factory reset” option is highlighted.


Step 6: Press the “Power” key to select the option.


Step 7: Press the “Volume Down” button until “Delete all user data” is highlighted.


Step 8: Press the “Power” button once again to select the option. Your phone will then perform the reset process and display “Reboot system now” when complete.



Step 9: Press the “Power” key to select the reboot option and complete the master reset.

Tips:
Verify that any personal data you want saved such as images, videos, and contacts are backed up to your phone’s micro SD card or to the Google server before you reset your device. Resetting your device will wipe all your personal internal storage.

Other easy method:

1.Turn off your phone
2.Press together volume up + home button + power button
3.Release your fingers of the phone when Samsung logo appear
4.Choose with volume buttons "wipe data/factory reset" and select it with power button
5.Choose "yes" with volume buttons and select it with power button
6.Wait untiil format is complete
7.Select "reboot"
8.Wait until the phone restarts
That's it!


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How to Recover Lost Data From Samsung Galaxy after System Restore

Lot's of Samsung Galaxy users have lost any data just like Samsung contacts, videos, photos, apps, call history, whatsapp data, text messages that they have not previously backed up using a Data Backup.

So, How to restore deleted or lost data from Samsung Galaxy phone after restore system or factory reset from Samsung galaxy phone?

Don't worry about this, next, we will share you the professional method to recover those lost data from your Samsung galaxy mobile phone with thirst-party Samsung Data Recovery software tool.

Samsung Data Recovery, a great tool, is all it takes. Also, a few clicks are unavoidable. It can actually retrieve files, including contacts, messages, photos, music, videos, other documents and WhatsApp cache, from both internal and external memory.

Just one click to download the trail version for free below to solve your problem:

               

How to Recover Lost Data From Samsung Galaxy after System Restore

Step 1.Launch Samsung Data Recovery and your Samsung to PC

The first thing is to download this software and install it. Then, open it and the interface should pop up. This is where you plug the phone into the computer


Step 2.Enter USB Debugging for the Samsung phone

In this step, the application will prompt you to enable USB debugging. If you don’t know what to do, follow this:

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter “Settings” < Click “Applications” < Click “Development” < Check “USB debugging”
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter “Settings” < Click “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging”
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter “Settings” < Click “About Phone” < Tap “Build number” for several times until getting a note “You are under developer mode” < Back to “Settings” < Click “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging’


Step 3.Select the to-be-Scanned Deleted Data on Samsung

You will see this which tells you to ensure that the phone is over 20% charged. Click “Start” to continue.



Step 4.Scan Samsung Lost Data and Recover Them

The software will automatically scan the phone for you. The length of time depends on how many file types you choose. When the result comes out, you can preview the details and check the one that is to be restored. All set, tap “Recover”.

Scan and recover photos from Samsung phone screenshot:


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