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jeffnz
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  #881239 19-Aug-2013 21:02
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  #881273 19-Aug-2013 21:58
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jeffnz:


I know I could do that but I want them included how they were again

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  #881277 19-Aug-2013 22:04
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Is there an official samsung way of getting your device back to factory condition apart from the built in factory reset



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  #881283 19-Aug-2013 22:34
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You can flash the firmware on, and I guess there's a reset you can do, but I doubt it'll get videos back. I'm new though...

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  #883799 24-Aug-2013 11:00
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Anyone else think this update has battery problems?

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Yabanize: Anyone else think this update has battery problems?
I have had my S4 for a week and when first started it, it did some updates and battery wouldnt last a day.  In the end I did a full factory reset and started from scratch and it has been good since.  I also then manually put my apps in rather than from backup.  Dont know why it worked but it did.




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  #883845 24-Aug-2013 13:05
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Gilco2:
Yabanize: Anyone else think this update has battery problems?
I have had my S4 for a week and when first started it, it did some updates and battery wouldnt last a day.  In the end I did a full factory reset and started from scratch and it has been good since.  I also then manually put my apps in rather than from backup.  Dont know why it worked but it did.


Yeah I was thinking of doing another reset, resets area always good after updates

To fix my other problem, (demo music and videos) Ive been told to to the Firmware upgrade and initialization thing in Kies which wipes the phone and loads the latest firmware on it

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