Summary: Let us learn how to hard reset Samsung Galaxy Stellar an Android 4.0 ICS smartphone to restore its factory default settings and data via menu and hardware buttons.If you find it necessary for you to perform a system hard reset process, just feel free to click the following PDF Guide link to download the PDF guide file.
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Your Samsung Galaxy Stellar smartphone has a 1.2GHz dual-core, MSM8960, Qualcomm processor, a 4GB ROM storage and 1GB RAM storage, the latest Android 4.0 ICS operating system. With such kind of feature, you should be able to run and load several apps or tasks at the same time. While, few third party apps you downloaded and installed might take up too much RAM storage and CPU power. If your Samsung Galaxy Stellar smartphone always performs the screen blocking condition when you tap to run and load one app, you might as well try to disable the Automatic Restore feature to check whether there is something wrong with these third party apps’ setting. Uninstall the app making trouble and then restart your handset.
If it still doesn’t work well, you have to perform a system hard reset process to manually restore your Samsung Galaxy Stellar handset into its factory default settings. A system hard reset process will reflash your device RAM storage and bootloader, then all the third party apps’ registry values will be erased. Ok, if you have already completed the data backup, please click the following PDF Guide link.
Hard reset Samsung Galaxy Stellar >> PDF Guide
If you were locked out of your handset since you changed the default lock code or PIN, it might help you to get a locked Samsung Galaxy Stellar unlocked via the system hard reset process. You will lose the data in your phone if you take this way to unlock.