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

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My phone always reboots and it won't start. It just reboots and reboots. How can I fix this?

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Your Samsung Galaxy Young GT-S5360 is currently stuck in what's known as a boot loop. As its name implies, a boot loop occurs when your phone loops from on to off and never fully boots up, instead only getting to the Samsung logo every time it turns on after turning off again. Unfortunately, as boot loops are often caused by software issues, you will need to perform a Factory Reset to try to fix your Samsung Galaxy Young GT-S5360 so that you may be able to use it again. Note: this will wipe all of your phone's data. To learn how to perform a proper Factory Reset, read through and follow the steps in this highly-detailed VisiHow guide. Once the reset is complete, make sure that your phone can boot back into Android. If it can, you're all set: your phone will now function the way it was originally intended. However, if you perform the Factory Reset and your phone is still in a boot loop, or if you are unable to complete the Factory Reset by following the steps in the VisiHow article linked above, you will need to contact Samsung's customer support service to speak to a customer service representative who can help you schedule a repair or replacement. A Factory Reset will fix any software issues, so if you're still suffering from the boot loop after performing one (successfully or otherwise) your phone is suffering from a hardware issue and it will need to be repaired or replaced. Depending on your warranty status and the severity of the issue, you may or may not need to pay for the repairs or replacement.

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My LG e 440 won't start, it just keeps trying to boot but never does?

My LG e 440 just developed a fault and won't start, it just keeps rebooting. I tried a hard reset and now it just shows the LG logo when turned on but doesn't even try booting anymore

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How can I fix my Android phone that keeps rebooting, and must I avoid to do? please help?

My Android phone is infinix pure built in battery, I accidentally drop water into in without its cover in the back, and it starts to say"your phone will reboot' but I didn't tap on it then it reboots continuously because of that I tried many things to open it like charging, pressing on off keys, drying it on a fan, and even on daylight maybe half hour, and nothing happen, then I search on Google and found the rice method after doing it for almost 1 week,finally it awakens my phone but 1 month late I over charge it, from 11;30 am to 3;44 pm and I saw it rebooting again, how can I revive it again, I tried long pressing the upper volume key and the on/off it appears the recovery option for only 1-3 sec then it reboots again and again. I didn't read it fully but I think were almost the same like it keeps rebooting.

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My phone was working fine, yet started "boot looping" and I factory reset it and everything?

This morning, I woke up and looked at my phone; It was working perfectly. A few seconds later it just started rebooting and not letting me do anything. I held the power button and volume up button; I wiped the data/cache, factory reset it, rebooted my system, and powered it down. I just started it back up and it's still rebooting. I have tried: I factory reset it, wiped the data, and powered it off by holding down the volume up and home buttons. I think it was caused by: Not sure, but my screen is cracked.

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