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Reset Samsung Galaxy S2, S3, S4, Note2, Note3 Without Losing Data

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Hi Jerry. I want to reset my Samsung Note2. However, I do not want the phone to reinstall the apps that were installed prior to the reset?

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If you logged into a Google account on your Samsung Galaxy Note2 before you reset the device and you log back into the account once the reset is complete, Google will automatically download all of the apps you had on your phone before you reset it. There is a way to prevent this from happening, though:

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  • When you're setting up your phone after the reset, it will ask you for your Google credentials.
  • There is an option to automatically restore your data.
  • Uncheck that option.
  • Go through the setup process normally.
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Your phone will not sync any data from before the reset, including contacts, webpages, and applications.

I have Korean version on Note2 GT N7100?

Its locked with pattern. How to unlock my not, thanks

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