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The Droid Guy brings you the latest Android news, including release dates of the hottest devices, deals on the device yo...

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[...] then wiping the cache partition of your phone is the next step. If that does not work then a factory reset is highly recommended. To clear the contacts app cache follow the step outlined below. Make [...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Problems, Questions, Errors and Solutions [Part 47]

[...] related problems that may be causing this issue and to do so you will need to perform a factory reset. This brings your phone to its original condition when it was new. This will also delete all [...]

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[...] related problem. The fastest way to check if this is a software related issue is to perform a factory reset of your phone.  This brings it back to its original condition when it was new. Before [...]

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[...] phone is running on stock ROM (the original Samsung software) then you should consider doing a factory reset. Not only will you get the missing Google play Services and Gmail app back but it will also [...]

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[...] there are apps or services crashing the background. To verify that, I want you to boot in safe mode: Turn the device off completely. Press and hold the Power button. Once the Samsung Galaxy S4 [...]

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[...] -party app that may have gone rogue or crashed. To verify this, you need to boot your phone in safe mode: Turn off the phone completely. Press and hold the Power key and the Volume Down key. When the [...]

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[...] then try wiping the cache partition of your phone. Turn off the device. Press and hold the Volume Down key. Press and release the Power key to turn the phone on. Continue holding the Volume Down. [...]

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[...] your phone in Safe Mode: Turn off the phone completely. Press and hold the Power key and the Volume Down key. When the phone starts to boot, release the Power key but continue holding the Vol Down key [...]

How To Fix Common HTC One M8 Problems and Errors [Part 22]

[...] phone cache partition may help resolve this problem. Turn off the device. Press and hold the Volume Down key. Press and release the Power key to turn the phone on. Continue holding the Volume Down. [...]

How To Fix Common HTC One M8 Problems and Errors [Part 21]

[...] your phone to clear out any corrupt temporary data. Turn off the device. Press and hold the Volume Down key. Press and release the Power key to turn the phone on. Continue holding the Volume Down. [...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Problems, Errors, Glitches and Solutions [Part 51]

[...] to press and hold the Volume Up key and the Home key. When the Android System Recovery screen appears, release the Volume Up and Home keys. Press the Volume [...]

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[...] key but continue to press and hold the Volume Up key and the Home When the Android System Recovery screen appears, release the Volume Up and Home Press the Volume down key to [...]

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[...] , release the Power button but continue holding the other two until Android System Recovery screen appears. Use the Volume Down button to highlight ‘wipe cache partition’ [...]

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[...] the phone vibrates, release the Power button but continue holding the other two until Android System Recovery screen appears. If the screen still shows the same issue, then it must be caused by a [...]

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How To Fix Common HTC One M8 Problems and Errors [Part 24]

[...] send us your questions, suggestions and problems you’ve encountered while using your Android phone at mailbag@thedroidguy.com. We read every email but can’t guarantee a timely response. [...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Problems, Questions, Errors and Solutions [Part 46]

[...] to send us your questions, suggestions and problems you’ve encountered while using your Android phone. We support every Android device that is available in the market today. And don’t worry, [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Problems, Questions, Errors and Solutions [Part 44]

[...] of it may still be available on the cloud storage of Google or Samsung. Try to turn on your phone data (either Wi-Fi or mobile data) then delete your contact again. You should then sync your phone [...]

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[...] that may still be present in your phone and is causing this issue. Make sure to back up your phone data before proceeding. Turn off the device. Press and hold both Volume Up and Volume Down keys at [...]

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[...] ). Try to perform an emergency firmware recovery. Just make sure to have a backup of your phone data before performing the actual recovery. Note 3 Gallery Content Gone Problem: Hi there. My [...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Problems, Questions, Errors and Solutions [Part 46]

[...] issue still persists then you should consider doing a factory reset. Make sure to back up your phone data before performing this procedure. Turn off the device. Press and hold the following three [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Problems, Questions, Errors and Solutions [Part 44]

[...] then wiping the cache partition of your phone is the next step. If that does not work then a factory reset is highly recommended. To clear the contacts app cache follow the step outlined below. Make [...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Problems, Questions, Errors and Solutions [Part 47]

[...] related problems that may be causing this issue and to do so you will need to perform a factory reset. This brings your phone to its original condition when it was new. This will also delete all [...]

How To Fix Common Samsung Galaxy S4 Problems, Errors and Glitches [Part 58]

[...] related problem. The fastest way to check if this is a software related issue is to perform a factory reset of your phone.  This brings it back to its original condition when it was new. Before [...]

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[...] phone is running on stock ROM (the original Samsung software) then you should consider doing a factory reset. Not only will you get the missing Google play Services and Gmail app back but it will also [...]

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