Okay so i ended up having to do a factory reset on my phone and lost everything, because i never backed anything up, will from now on, and this particular phone doesn't have an SD card. It's saved on the phone. I had over 1200 pictures and I know there is a way to get them back because i've read several forums that stated so. I just need to know how to do this.
I want to do a factory reset on my phone but i dont want to lose all of my pictures,apps,numbers,settings and everything else that i use.I want to do a reset to clear my unwanted files and delete my cache to keep my phone from slowing down.
Is there an app that will back-up everything and after the factory reset is done i can press a button and everything will be back how i had it?
I recently performed a factory reset on my phone and I mistakenly thought that my pictures were being backed up to my sd card. There are a bunch of programs that claim to be able to restore the pictures, but they require my phone to be mounted as a mass storage device, which samsung phones don't allow.
Does anyone have any advice that might help me out here?
So i searched the site for a while and could not find anything on how to get back information (really only pictures) after I Reset my phone back to factory. For some reason or another my phone would not allow me to sign in through Gmail even after talking with Google on the phone and confirming my email my locked phone would not unlock.
So my phone starting having issues after an update; Google play wouldn't start and kept crashing. In one of those stints my phone actually restarted. It rebooted to the white screen of despair (the one with the droids): tried to shut off phone as I didn't want a reset since I hadn't backed up stuff recently. Boom - phone restarts completely reset! Is there a way to salvage my pictures?
First lets understand what a factory reset does. It removes all USER DATA and restores the phone back to factory settings providing that the phone is not rooted. User data is defined as apps, call logs, contacts, and anything else the user has placed in the phones memory. Stuff that is on the SDCARD is not affected by a factory reset.
I was out with friends tonight. I took a couple of pictures and set the phone down. I went to pick it up and it was off. I held down the button to turn it back on. When it came back on, it had all of these re-booted programs asking if I want to do x and y, push here, etc. Just like when I first got the phone.
Ok, so my HTC Rhyme (Is a Verizon phone that I had flashed to Cricket) was not letting me view my messages..So I restarted the phone 3 times, checking between each reset to see if it worked..So then I tried completely turning off the phone & turning it back on, still with no luck
I tried to factory reset it..(Which I have factory reset other flashed phones.) & when I did that it complete