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1. From the Home screen, press the Menu button.
2. From the Menu, select Settings.3. Scroll down to Privacy and select it.4. From Privacy (settings) select Factory data reset.5. Now, unless you also want to delete all the files from your SD card, make sure "Format SD card/Erase SD card" is unchecked. Then click Reset Phone.
The resetting process might take a few minutes. When it's done, the phone will reboot itself. If you continue experiencing problems with your Android phone, I suggest to contact your carrier.
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