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

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My Galaxy Y GT-S5360 is not charging. I saw a post and drained my battery power so the phone would switch off. Yet I have the same problem: it's unable to charge. Can anyone help me please?

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If your phone no longer charges and you can't turn it on, you will have to call Samsung or your carrier to schedule a repair. There are a number of things that could be malfunctioning in your device: the battery could be dead, the USB charging board could be broken, or maybe the charging port needs to be fixed. In any case, contacting Samsung or your carrier will alert them to the issue and will allow you to get your device fixed. However, if your phone is out of warranty, you will have to pay for repairs.

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My phone cannot start normally

My phone cannot start normally

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If your phone is not booting up normally then your first possible solution will be to perform a hard reset on the device. Your second solution is to install new firmware on the device. Finally, if these fail then you have an internal issue such as your LCD display which will need to be repaired.

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Sir my phone is starting, after some time, it opens and then shut down again?

How to fix my problem, my phone is Samsung Galaxy core prime. I have tried: Many times, I open my phone but it can't start.

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Under Settings go to WiFi and Network settings. Press the WiFi advanced menu option to see what your WiFi Sleep is set at. It should be set to Never. You will also want to install new Firmware on the device to irradicate any previous faults from your current firmware.

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I have a Samsung mini young and it is not charging?

It can't be fixed, I think its IC has been damaged

You could have a faulty charger. This happened to me. I replaced the battery yet still was having issues with charging. So then I did the pin trick of centering the charging port. Still had problems. Finally brought the phone into a tech and it was my physical charger the whole time.

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: Sir, I have a problem with my samsung galaxy y that its restarting automatically for every 2 minutes sir i have reset my factory and tried with others battery, but the problem still persists. so plz help me out

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Reset a Samsung galaxy young gt-s5360 using two different methods
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My phone fell to the ground and its suddenly opening without pressing the restart, what should I do?

My phone fell to the ground and its suddenly opening without pressing the restart, what should I do?. I have tried: I tried to remove the battery then replace it again but its suddenly opening. I think it was caused by: The open button I guess

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The fall likely loosened a connection with the power button. Take the battery out again and run your finger firmly all over the back of the phone with the case cover removed. If you hear any rattling inside the phone then the connection is still loose and will need to be repaired. Sometimes spraying forced air around the power button fixes the issue but since you dropped the phone it may need to be sent in for repair from a technician.

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I rooted my Samsung GT-S5360 device but after selecting the Reboot option, the phone is no turning on?

I rooted my Samsung GT-S5360 device but after selecting the Reboot option, the phone is no turning on. I have tried: Yes I did. I think it was caused by: I don't Know

Was your phone fully charged? Remove the battery and connect it to the charger for 10 minutes. Then put the battery back in the phone and charge again for 1 hour before attempting to turn the phone on. Next if the phone still fails to reboot then hard reset the phone which will revert it back to rooted. Finally, if all else fails then your last hope will be to install new firmware onto the device such as a mod or ODIN.

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