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    OJASWIT is offline Junior Member
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    Samsung Galaxy S rebooting continuously

    I have this problem with my phone well what happens is that it keeps on rebooting on its own and I am simply stuck in a situation of what to do ahead? You wont believe the number of solutions I have tried for the same but still nothing has worked for me. I have tried removing the battery and left it for several minutes still it did not work for me. I cleared up the cache memory then also no difference. Now only hard reset and factory reset with the help of android system recovery is left. So those are the two options that are left and none of them. Now wondering what to do else?

    You know what I havenít done any changes to the phone it was just like one morning when I woke up I saw that this phone isnít completely charged up and it was switched off, thatís why I decided to keep it for charging when I kept for charging then I allowed it to get completely charged. When the phone was completely charged up I decided to switch on. Now it only booted till the S sign came up and went off. After some time I again started to switch on the phone but no not even this time as well it did not start. So I did asked some of my friends to suggest me some solution for the same for which they said the basic solutions which I have described above. I am scared to try out the factory data reset and hard reset on the phone, thatís why I havenít tried it. I would be trying that only under one condition and that is experts guidance and nothing else.

    I donít want to loose the warranty which it is in. so thatís why I have come here to take some professional help from you all. So what do you all think about the same? do you all have any replies then do let me know as soon as possible. Waiting for the replies.


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    See you donít have any other options except this. so you will have to decide what you need to do. for me I think the best option would be to do a factory reset. Before starting with that procedure I would like to say that keep a backup of all the data. because this procedure will involve deleting all the data in your phone. so thatís why always keep a backup and then only proceed ahead.
    1) in the home screen go to the menu.
    2) In the settings tap on privacy.
    3) Tap on factory data reset option, then select reset option.
    4) Enter the password of your phone and then tap on yes to confirm the option.
    So thatís how it is done do give it a try and let me know what is the outcome. I am waiting to hear it from you. Hope thatís fine.

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    I know about that but are you aware of any method that wont wipe out all the data from the phone. many of my friends had suggested me this solution but I was like refraining from that simple because of the risk involved in that method. Thatís why I had to stay away from it. Anyways now you have described that method I want to know is there any other method which we can do without risking the memory of the phone? thatís the method that I am looking for. Waiting to hear it from you.

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    See dude frankly speaking there is no such procedure with which you can easily get away with the problem. Some risky operations will involve wiping of the data keep a back up of them which would be very helpful for you.

    I have got one more suggestion for you by which you can try it out.
    1) Press and hold the Vol+, Home & Power Button together. Now that will go into the recovery mode.
    2) Otherwise you can hold the Vol-, Home & Power Button together and that will allow you to enter into the download mode.
    3) If you are successful in entering the recovery mode then you can successfully factory reset it.
    4) In case if that is not working for you then you will have to flash the phone manually using Odiin.
    So the option is yours with which method would you like to go, in case if nothing is working out for you then I would say you better return the phone to the service center and ask them for the replacement. As you said that your phone is under warranty if the service center people out there are generous then they will hand over the device for you. So if you want then you can try out that option as well. now I have made myself clear on this. anything else that you need to know please feel free to ask here.

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    I had had the same problem with my Samsung Nexus the boot-loop ultimately made me switch to iPhone. I have still not resolved the issue after 5 months now. Have tried all instructions.

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