So my phone had frozen while using my internet feature so i removed the battery and when i put it back in and turned it on the "samsung" screen shows and repeatedly flashes. it doesnt go past this. any suggestions?
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You'll first want to make sure that the phone isn't just frozen. If you have a removable battery, take it out, wait 5 seconds, and put it back in. If the phone was frozen, this will reset it, and you should be able to use your phone like normal. If it doesn't have a removable battery, let me know what kind of phone you have, and I'll tell you how to reset it.
If that doesn't work, you'll unfortunately have to take the phone in to your carrier, as they'll probably need to replace the phone.
try hard resetMaster reset using hardware buttons: HTC Wildfire SVERSION 4 Created on: 15-Aug-2011 09:21 by tmo_brian- Last Modified: 07-Mar-2012 16:29 by tmo_josh_m
To perform a hard reset using the hardware keys, follow these steps:
Note: A hard reset restores the original factory settings and erases content, including downloaded ringtones, images, programs, and contacts stored in the internal memory. This feature allows for resetting of sound profiles, display settings, and phone or memory card settings. However, if you want to try resetting some factory settings without losing any data, then clear system cache before a master reset.
If the phone is plugged into the charger or USB cable, unplug it.
Remove the battery.
Important: Removing the battery is required. Turning off the phone with the Power key does not work, because of the Fast Boot feature.
Re-insert the battery.
Press and hold both the Volume Down key and the Power key. Do not release the volume key, continue on to step 6.
Release the Volume Down key when the three Android images appear on the bottom of the screen. The following options display:
Note: If you are stuck on a screen that says 'HBOOT' and 'FASTBOOT' without any other options to choose from, it means you have pressed the Back button. To get to the regular options, press either the Power key on HBOOT or the Back button.
Press the Volume Down key twice to select CLEAR STORAGE.
Press the Power key to initiate the master reset.
Press the Volume Up key to confirm Delete all user data.
Wait as the device clears the user data then restarts.
hi, try switch it off..if this is not possible, try remove the battery and put it back to restart the phone..my advice is that you could delete some things on the phone, make sure you have enough space on the phone, try not to overload the phone or memory card memory of the phone..also delete any application that is not compactible with the phone.
It is not the battery that is the problem it is the v-chip under the battery.
Remove and reinsert with phone off.
Turn back on and phone should be reset.
My wifes phone freezes like this from time to time and this is what works on her blackberry.
Is there a memory card in the phone? If so, it might be causing a problem. I just had the same thing - phone was stuck on the opening screen. I took it back to the shop. By a long process of elimination involving other handsets and sim cards, we eventually realised it was the memory card, which i have now thrown away.
So if you have a memory card, take it out. If there is still a problem, remove the battery and sim card, put them back in, turn phone back on (without memory card).