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Astronaut

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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Now I see why I should habe been back to apple

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dl1
Astronaut

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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Sir. I have also samsung s6 same issue. Whats the best solution for this? It say "processing failed "
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Donsta
Cosmic Ray

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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Unfortunately samcrap won't do anything about it. Look on Craigs list and you'll find people who can get around it. And don't waste any more money on Samsung junk. Samsung is Korean junk just like their cars.

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Galaxystar101
Constellation

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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I will try that
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Galaxystar101
Constellation

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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Worked for me and with all the right parameters as well as the best support
Is why I'm a big Samsung Fan
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usersrRlguKLXP
Constellation

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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Galaxystar101, what worked for you?

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userG6Va4XYpvv
Constellation

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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Sounds like nothing really work for anyone here! 

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Honored Contributor

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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Hey Community! Anyone else have a workaround or suggestion? Let us know!  Smiley Happy


Be sure to click " ✓ Accept as Solution" when you find an answer that works for you.

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userqC06I6SOG2
Constellation

Re: Samsung Galaxy S5 Manual Reset Issues

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I've had the same problems: Tried to do a reset through the "Settings" menu - wouldn't let me.  Performed a manual reset and hit this brick freakin' wall.  Unbelievable.  I can log into my google account and see my S5 (though it can't be located because I've reset it), but I still can't get past the Samsung account lock screen.  Whoever thought of this idiotic way of securing a lost/stolen phone should be slapped.  A company as big as Samsung, you'd think the engineers could come up with something better.

 

Oh,  and how is this problem "Solved"?  I don't see any solution presented that helps anyone. 

 

My last two phones have been Samsung, but now I think I'll take the advice here and move onto another brand.  Good luck, Samsung.  Try not to set anything on fire.

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