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- 1 Questions and Answers
- 1.1 How can I fix my phone if it is stuck up on its logo and it keeps on restarting?
- 1.2 My phone is charging itself, how can I maintain it?
- 1.3 Where should I find and download bootloader, CSC and phone?
- 1.4 How to get my phone to work again?
- 1.5 How can I fix my device? It is not starting after I installed an OS?
- 1.6 How to turn on the phone if it's not turning on?
- 1.7 Please its stuck in a boot loop, I've tried the reset option, it doesn't work. I can't find out how to find the correct firmware, could you help please. My computer won't recognize my phone?
- 1.8 My LG G Stylo is stuck on the metro screen?
- 1.9 My Cherry mobile phone was malfunctioning, how can I fix this?
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Questions and Answers
How can I fix my phone if it is stuck up on its logo and it keeps on restarting?
It keeps on showing its Samsung logo and it keeps on restarting infinitely.
Your Samsung Galaxy Young GT-S5360 is stuck in what's known as a boot loop. As its name implies, a boot loop occurs when your phone loops from on and off and never gets past the Samsung logo. Boot loops are often caused by software glitches and, unfortunately, the only way you can try to fix the boot loop right now is to perform a Factory Reset. As you may already know, a Factory Reset will wipe all of your phone's data to bring it back to its original factory settings to hopefully fix the software glitch. To learn how to perform a Factory Reset on your Samsung Galaxy Young GT-S5360, read through the VisiHow article below, or read through this additional VisiHow article for more information. Once the reset is complete, see if your phone boots up normally. If it does, you're all set to use your phone as it was originally intended to be used. However, if the Factory Reset does not fix your issue, or you are unable to complete the Factory Reset, your phone is suffering from a hardware issue that is preventing it from booting up properly. Factory resets only fix software problems; if it doesn't fix the issue or it can't finish properly, your phone has some malfunctioning hardware. At this point, you will need to contact Samsung's customer support to speak to a customer service representative who can help you schedule a repair or replacement for your Samsung Galaxy Young GT-S5360. Depending on the severity of the issue and your warranty status, you may or may not have to pay for the repairs or replacement.
My phone is charging itself, how can I maintain it?
My Samsung Galaxy Young is charging itself, how can I maintain it
You have a problem with the charging port at the bottom of your phone. Turn the phone off and remove the battery. Then take a needle or end of a paper click and carefully insert it into the charging port. While moving it slightly to the right and left with the pointed object, blow into the port or use a can of compressed air. Straighten the charging port out to the middle while making sure it is not coming in contact with metal. Put the battery back in and connect to the charger then turn the phone on. It should begin charging normally again.
Where should I find and download bootloader, CSC and phone?
In my situation now I only have PDA and PIT. Thank you so much sir
They are in the files that you download with the ODIN link posted. Find your firmware from the list and install by clicking on the firmware specifications for your device. If they are not listed then search ODIN and your device specs to find the ROM you need. Samsung has most of the stock ROM listed on their Support website.
How to get my phone to work again?
My phone switches ON, the Samsung Galaxy Young word appears, then just Samsung and there it stays, sometimes the Vodacom logo appears and then it starts all over again, I tried to do a reset, didn't work
If you did a hard reset, then pull the battery as one last test. Remove the battery and connect the phone to the charger for 10 minutes. Put the battery back in and try to turn it on. If it remains in boot loop then attempt to install new ROM but if that fails, you have a hardware issue and your phone needs to be repaired.
More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: Phone stuck at "Installing......... 53%
How can I fix my device? It is not starting after I installed an OS?
I installed some kind of OS on my device then after I have installed it, I can't open it.
It is bricked. Follow some of the suggestions about such as if you have a Samsung then you can try the OneClick Unbrick app to see if that will free your phone. There are many things that can go wrong when installing a Custom ROM. Especially if you did not install one specifically for your make and model of a phone. Samsung requires the kernel to be installed first but there are other things like corrupted files in the ROM you installed. See if you can go into Recovery Mode with the buttons to Wipe Cache and then Dalvik Cache. Then Factory Restore and try to turn on your phone.
How to turn on the phone if it's not turning on?
I am trying to turn on my phone but it is not turning on, even that I am pressing the right buttons for turning up my phone.. I have tried: To turn on and format It.. I think it was caused by: Virus
You probably have a serious hardware issue. If you connect the phone and it charges then there might be an issue with the motherboard or LCD. If you connect the phone and you know it has 50% or more left of charge but it is not indicating that it is charging on the screen this also could be an issue. If you drained the battery then connect it to a charger and walk away for a few hours. When you check again there should be a battery indication if you can wake the screen. Let it charge to 100% before disconnecting. Check the back battery to make sure you did not damage it somehow.
Please its stuck in a boot loop, I've tried the reset option, it doesn't work. I can't find out how to find the correct firmware, could you help please. My computer won't recognize my phone?
Please its stuck in a boot loop, I've tried the reset option, it doesn't work. I can't find out how to find the correct firmware, could you help please. My computer won't recognize my phone. I have tried: Rebooting, holding down three buttons, I've cleared the cache. I think it was caused by: No idea
If you have a Google Account then when you go to Google's Android Device Manager is usually shows your device like SCH-i800 instead of Verizon Galaxy Tab. Your Google Play on the PC would also have it listed in their linked devices for remote install. You can then go to the SamMobile if you have a Samsung and go through the drop down list to find your phone model.
My LG G Stylo is stuck on the metro screen?
I was rooting it on PC, it turned off twice and now its stuck on the metro screen. I have tried: To let it sit there and turn on but it hasn't. I think it was caused by: The root on the PC
There is a method using a Bootloader TWRP which also allows you to install a good customROM while you are at it. The LG G Stylo Metro PCS phones are notorious for boot loop when you try to root them and XDA Developers developed software which is in the link provided to solve your issue. Make sure you follow the steps 100% because it can be tricky with the LG G Stylo.
My Cherry mobile phone was malfunctioning, how can I fix this?
My Cherry mobile phone said that I should delete the cache and when I deleted it, it shows up again, how can I fix this?
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