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Power up while holding play-erase. BUT...when performing a re-initialization, this will erase all existing patterns, songs, and drum assignments. This will not erase the factory preset patterns or kits.
Soft Reset will clear pending errors and bring your mobile to an initial state by restoring Factory setting. To operate this function on your mobile, the shortcut is: *#7380#
This function apparently works on almost all nokia mobile phones
HARD RESET:It may happen that despite you have restored your mobile to factory setting, the error still exist. In this case, it is recommended that you opt for Hard reset
•Enter the code: *#7370# and press Yes to confirm initialization.
•Important Notice: It is recommended that you save all important information on your phone (e.g: memo, contacts etc)
•To make a Hard Reset on a Nokia phone that is not willing to turn on, just press simultaneously these 3 buttons:
•on/off + * + 3
•Before making a Hard reset better backup all your important information: contacts , memo...etc
When you improperly ejected the card you messed up the MFT (master file table) on the card. You will want to format the card.
You could have hosed the drivers. In Device manager look under the driver details there should be some files listed. You will probably need to delete these and replace them. Since they may be system files you would need to replace them in a live boot environment such as a linux live boot cd (ubuntu.com) would be the easiest. Get the drivers it has listed copy them to a thumb drive. Boot the computer to the live CD, delete the driver files and replace with the new ones.
Update your firmware by using your sd card... place sd card in compurter...Go to galaxy website download firmware to your sd card then follow direction from website how to start the download on your galaxy.Good luck
That does not sound fun, I know my brother has had this problem with his HTC phone. What he did was that he formatted the memory card and also hard reset the phone. This returns the phone in to factory settings and you will loose everything personal not stored on the memory card. Hard reset can be found if you press HOM > MENU, then tap Settings > Security > Factory data reset. Begin with doing that and maybe, if your lucky it will solve your problem.
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I would preform a factory reset (note: this will erase all messages, contacts, settings, apps, etc.). To do a factory reset, go to:
'Home' > 'Settings' > 'SD card & phone storage,' then select 'Factory