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How to reformat smartphone because it says you can safely remove the SD card?
I cannot see the photos. I have tried: I go to settings but I did not find it there, so I tried the backup and restore but it did not solve my problem at all because it made no effect. I think it was caused by: Thursday morning my classmate borrowed my phone it was fully charged, she opened her account on Facebook and when she returned my phone to me, it got 27% only, that is the beginning, I don't know the reason why!
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I can't get the right file for formatting the Android phones which can easily format all Android phones
- 3You can do it by pressing the Windows and "Pause - Break" buttons. Then, click "Advanced system settings". in the System Properties window, click "Environment Variables". Click "Path" and "Edit" in "System Variables". Move to the end of the line, add a semicolon and write the path to the SDK folder. For example, "C:\Users\John Smith\AppData\Local\Android\sdk" (the path is shown during installation, but you can search for the "SDK" folder on your PC too). Click "OK" to apply the changes.After installing Android Studio, you will have the "SDK" folder, to which you need to set your path.
- 4Turn on your Android smartphone and connect it to a USB port with the original USB cable.
- 5When you see "Command Prompt" or "cmd.exe", right-click it. Select "Run as administrator".Now, open Command Prompt on your computer by pressing the Windows key and typing "cmd".
- 6Then, type "--wipe_data" to attempt to restore any Android device to its factory settings.Then, type "ADB shell" and press "Enter".
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