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HOW TO RESET GT5S?
Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 Hard Reset Procedures :
1. Power off phone
2. Press and hold Home Button ( middle ) + Volume Up + power on button
3. Wait for 5 second until Android System Recovery menu appear
4. There are 4 options
reboot system now
apply update from sdcar
wipe data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
5. Move the options to " Wipe data / factory reset " using volume down ( - ) button and menu button to confirm, because the touchscreen doesn't work in reovery mode
6. After the process done, phone will reboot.
WANT TO UNLOCK MOBILE
Short answer, under those conditions you cannot recover your phone BUT you do have the choice to resetting it (you loose your data but at least you have a working phone)
Forgot my google account password
get to recovery/download mode by pressing volume up button , home button & power button, press these 3 buttons together &hold for 5-10 seconds same time then you will be able to see recovery mode there choose the option wipe data/factory reset,remember it will erase your data even though it will solve your problem. Please rate my answer.
Too many patterns attempts and the phone was locked
Reset your Galaxy Y s 5360
All your phone data (contacts,photos,messages, aplications,games,files) will be lost Please make backup first if you can!
1.Power off your phone
2.Press together volume up +home button+power button
3.Wait till appears samsung logo second time
4.Leave your fingers down tot the buttons
5.Select "wipe data" with volume buttons
6 Press "home" button to activate
8.Press "home" button to activate
9.Wait till format it's over
10 Select rebot
How to reset DTC GT5S
try this one
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