Archives for

hard reset

How to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy J6 Plus

A hard reset is necessary when your Samsung Galaxy J6 Plus no longer responds as smoothly as before or if there are some issues with the firmware and you don’t know where to look. Moreover, if your phone can no longer boot into the home screen, a reset would also be necessary. It is therefore,

How to Hard Reset or Master Reset your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

A hard reset or master reset is the other method of resetting your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus or any smartphone for that matter. Unlike the usual factory reset, this one requires the user to reboot the phone in recovery mode to have access to the reset option. Moreover, you don’t need your phone to successfully

How to Factory Reset your new Samsung Galaxy S10e

Most of the time a factory reset can help you fix the problem with your phone especially if it concerns the firmware or applications. While the new Samsung Galaxy S10e is a powerful device with pretty impressive hardware specs, there would always come a time that you will encounter issues as far as performance is

How to Hard Reset or Master Reset your new Samsung Galaxy S10e

A hard reset or master reset is just another way of doing the factory reset. Basically, they have the same benefits but performed differently. Apparently, this method is far more complicated so we don’t usually suggest this to our readers whose phones can still boot up successfully and can access Settings. However, if your device

How to Hard Reset your new Google Pixel 3a [Tutorial]

A hard reset should be done when your new Google Pixel 3a cannot boot up into the Home or Lock screen successfully. While most of the time boot issues are due to firmware problems that may allow you to use your phone, there are times when the boot process is interrupted and when it happens,

Motorola Moto G7 Reset Guides: How to hard reset your Moto G7

When you encounter issues with your new Motorola Moto G7 and you think it’s a firmware or software-related problem but you don’t know where to look, you can always reset your device to bring it back to its factory default settings. Most of the time, a reset will fix any firmware issue no matter how

How to Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy A60 [Tutorials]

A hard reset or master reset is a very important procedure and if you’re an owner of the new Samsung Galaxy A60 or any smartphone for that matter, you should know how to do it because we really don’t know when problems would occur. There are times when you will be left with nothing else

How to Fix Galaxy S4 Black Screen Problem

We received another email from a troubled Samsung Galaxy S4 user which reads, “When I’m playing a game or when opening any app, I encounter a Galaxy S4 black screen problem. The only thing that shows during its occurrence is the time only. Then, does not respond for a while. Is my phone malfunctioning? I

Opening Nexus 5 App Drawer Causes Crash

A new message was sent to us via The Droid Guy Mailbag which reads, “After updating to Android 4.4.2 KitKat, opening my Nexus 5 app drawer causes a crash. The weird thing is that it only happens whenever I am opening the Nexus 5 app drawer in portrait mode. The problem does not occur when

How to Remove Galaxy S4 Notifications

How to Remove Galaxy S4 Notifications that Keep on Coming Back

Here is a new email that just came in Mailbag which confirms a solution to the flashing camera light notification problem that we have tackled before and it is also asking how to remove galaxy S4 notifications: “I just read your response about the flashing camera. You have the right steps going into accessibility. Except

Droid Razr Factory Reset: Exploring Ways to Do It

Performing a Droid Razr factory reset, also called as “hard reset”, will help you solve most problems related to your apps or software. This will also help remove all the harmful effects caused by faulty or corrupted apps that you may have installed in the past. Take note though that this will completely wipe off