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Topic # 73206 10-Dec-2010 22:26
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Hi ya!

I want to do a hard reset on my Samsung Galaxy 580. I was wondering if anyone can tell me how i can do it.

I've done a Google search, but that has proven fruitless! Frown

TIA for any help/advice! Laughing

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Reply # 417541 15-Dec-2010 11:15
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After another search on Google last night I've finally found the answer!

For all of those who want to do a Hard Reset of their Samsung Galaxy phone type the following into your phone: *2767*3855# and then hit the Dial key!

Brian Laughing

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  Reply # 418438 17-Dec-2010 11:04
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oh, thanks. That's quite complicated to remember

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 422561 30-Dec-2010 06:58
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Awesome, thanks Brian.

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  Reply # 422567 30-Dec-2010 08:12
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Bri4n: After another search on Google last night I've finally found the answer!

For all of those who want to do a Hard Reset of their Samsung Galaxy phone type the following into your phone: *2767*3855# and then hit the Dial key!


Brian Laughing


This is the code for  Android 2.1 and 2.2??.  I ask this as the GPS turn on code changes with A2.2..




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