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Reset a Samsung galaxy young gt-s5360 using two different methods

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I'm facing battery drainage on my Samsung Galaxy Y. How can I fix this?

My phone does automatically turn off.


Before you do anything, check your USB cable and charger and hard-reset your Samsung Galaxy Y as shown in this tutorial. If that did not help, then, to solve the severe battery drainage problems, take the battery out and replace it with a new one. Check the voltage (3.7 V) and battery type (Li-ion) and replace it with a similar one. In some rare cases, people could even use Nokia 3.7 V batteries, managing to fix them inside the phone. You should consider getting high mAh (milliamperes per hour) or Wh (Watts per hour) ratings for a new battery too. Check if your phone can support this high-capacity battery: EB454357VU Samsung battery.

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