Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Did you try tunring it off and on? If this doesn't help, turn it off and take out the battery and let it out for about an hour, then put it back in and turn on. If this doesn't help, check to see if the up and down buttons of the phone are in their normal positions (not stuck in). If this still doesn't help, it could be a software failure or an internal hardware malfuntion.
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Aug 17, 2014 | Acer Aspire Computers & Internet
Unlock your cell phone (if necessary). From the main screen select "Menu"; this option should be located on the lower left-hand side of the screen. Scroll to and select "Phone Book." The screen will show different phone book menu options. Select "Management" by either scrolling down to it or punching the #6 button from your keypad. Finally, select "Copy all to" and select SIM card. This saves all of your phone numbers to your SIM card, ensuring that they will not be lost when the factory settings are restored to your cell phone.
Move any pictures, videos, sounds, ring tones and other data that you would like to save to your memory card. For this example we will transfer pictures, but the steps for other items will be the same, with the exception of selecting "camera."
Starting from the home screen, select "Menu" and then "Fun & Apps." Using either the keypad or scrolling function, select "Camera" or #4. The camera menu offers five options; choose #3 or "Photos." Next you will see thumbnails of all of the pictures saved on your cell phone. You can now choose to either send your pictures to your online album or move them to your memory card. If you choose to move them to your memory card, continue with the next steps.
After selecting "Move to memory card", you will have the option to move either the selected picture or multiple pictures. The simplest option is to move multiple pictures at one time by choosing "All" and then "Move."
Complete the factory reset by once again starting at the main screen and choosing "Menu." Scroll to "Settings" (screw driver and wrench icon) and then #4 or "Phone Settings." Choose "Security" (#6) and then scroll to "Reset" (#8). You may be prompted to enter a code at this point, which should be 000000 (six zeros.)
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-Choose the option that says, "Settings" (it is mostly a gear like icon) or something that is closely related to that; it may also say "Phone Settings."
-Scroll down to the option "Phone Settings."
-Scroll down and select "Time and Date." Choosing this option will take you to the time setting page where you can change the clock settings.
-Change the clock settings by typing in the numbers, or by using the scroll keys to determine the correct time. When this is accomplished select the "OK" option by pushing the "OK" button or by the center key.
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Apr 08, 2011 | Samsung Star GT-S5233 Cell Phone
Navigate to your cellular provider's website or call its customer service line. Access the "Support" section of the website or ask for the technical support division. Find the "Access Point," "MMS" and "Wap Gateway" settings and write them down.Power on the HTC phone and then press the soft key on the left side to bring up the main menu screen. Scroll down through the menu and highlight the "Settings" option. Press the square button at the center of the phone to access the settings menu.Choose the "Connections" option from the settings menu. Scroll down through the new list that will appear and choose "GPRS." Highlight the "New" option and press the center button. Choose "Connects To Internet."Scroll down to the "Internet" heading and choose "Change." Key in the Access Point that you wrote down earlier. Scroll down and press "Done.Navigate back through the menu to the "GRPS" option. Press "New" again, and this time, choose "Connects To Wap." Choose the "MMS" option. Key in the MMS settings you wrote down earlier.Return to the main menu screen and then select "Messaging." Highlight "MMS" and press the right soft key to bring up a second menu. Choose "Settings," and then choose "MMSC Settings."Press "Edit" and enter in the "MMS" settings again. Scroll down to "WAP Gateway" and enter in the information you wrote down earlier.Power cycle the phone by turning it off and then back on to complete setting up the WAP settings.
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