Question about Samsung Cell Phones
The default Samsung ROM (The front-end for android) is known to have a lot of bugs and instability issues. If your system is still accessible in some way I would recommend backing up your data (Titanium Backup works great) and performing a factory reset. Alternatively, you can install a different, non-samsung ROM that has less stability issues (I recommend CyanogenMod, which has a detailed installation guide on their website www.cyanogenmod.com)
Posted on May 24, 2011
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