Bringing the phone to factory settings can eliminate all stored user data, including screen patterns and third-party applications. On HTC One PN07140 phone, there are two ways to hard reset the phone without doing the flashing.
Samsung Galaxy J3 2016 SM-J320G was released last 2016 and explicitly marketed in the Asian region. Various experiences occur while using this smartphone, one of which is not being able to verify Google account after making factory settings. Such a thing will not happen if you remember a previously synchronised device account.
This experience occurred when I tried repairing the Redmi Note 4 Mediatek (Nickel) brick. Insert the firmware into the SP Flash Tool, and checked all partitions. However, the cust.img file has been replaced with a smaller size than the original. I tried twice with Download Only and Firmware Upgrade. Both failed, and a BROM ERROR STATUS DA EXCEED MAX NUM message appeared.
Many confused users to unlock the cellphone screen are locked when TalkBack is enabled. For example, as on the Coolpad E580, it cannot draw patterns and enter a PIN because it is interrupted by TalkBack. Every time you tap the screen a green box will appear.
The QCN file is the result of scanning the File System (EFS) Encryption partition which contains encrypted information such as IMEI, MEID, Serial Number, Configuration, Radio Settings and Settings, etc. in an encrypted format using the QPST Utility.
Reset user data and Google account because it requests verification (FRP) in an instant using the LGS software from Infinity Box. Follow the steps below:
Application blocked by screen overlays detected, so it doesn't work. This problem I had experienced when I used the Lenovo A7700 Android Marshmallow operating system. Follow the message on the screen, but the application cannot be permitted. Bringing your smartphone to Safe Mode and giving permission is the best solution compared to doing a hard reset.
Already tried this tutorial but the Oppo A37F device is not connected Diag Port, only detected Android on Device Manager despite updating drivers. What should I do?