+ 18 réflexions au sujet de « Comment débloquer/resetter un Samsung Galaxy ? »

  1. thanks..
    but i’m watching this video because i’m looking for a way to unlock the phone without erasing the data..
    please help me and thanks anyway for the video

  2. Backup all your files by putting them on a computer or flash drive, then proceed with the resetting. Then, put all your files back on. Hope this helped 🙂

  3. someone please help me find out a way to unlock my samsung galaxy w. the screen just said « too many pattern attempts ». i put my email adress and password as required but.. but it appear ‘invalid username or password’.. please somebody….. :-c

  4. i dont know my password or google account and i need to reset it but i cant get into the phone. these steps dont work for me. help

    • As a 50 something, I thuoght it was time I joined the smart phone revolution and after looking at many brands and models, I settled on the Samsung Galaxy Ace. Why this one (1)size still small enough to fit confortably in my trouser pockets, yet with a good size screen, (2) weight/build some of the others just felt so flimsy, (3)I have a hearing loss and many phones didn’t have a high enough volume for me, I can hear on the Ace perfectly even in a noisy environment, (4)touch screen is very reactive and easy to use, (5) loads of apps, though I had to ask friends for recommendations as I was in sensory overload with the quantity available. I really love Google Street View, it will be brilliant when I next go on holiday, finding my way round new places. Also like Kindle app and screen is not too small for reading, (6) Texting is so simple and I am getting used to swype, (7) camera and video are very good, (8) have loaded some music from my I-Tunes folder, though the album covers disappeared; sound qaulity is very good. Negative points battery runs out quickly if using the internet and some apps; phone has turned itself of a couple of times for no apparent reason. Would recommend this phone and already having a look at it’s big brother the samsung Galaxy S for when my contract runs out.

  5. You don’t technically need to get into the phone. Shutdown the phone, while holding volume up. Turn the phone back on while still holding the volume up button. Then reset as steps are shown.

    • This phone delivers a great user eriexpence, especially if you use Google services (i.e. search, Gmail, G+ , Picasa Google Talk etc). Granted this is not unique to the Samsung phone but rather generic features of android phones.In terms of the handset itself the screen is excellent , although not as good as an Iphone’s (to be expected at the lower price point). Battery life is a little disappointing but that is really nitpicking at what is otherwise a fine piece of equipment.It sits nicely in the hand, is very light and the form factor is just right for carrying around with you all the time. It uses a standard micro-usb port to charge up which is a plus.Accepts SD cards I moved the SD card from my old Nokia Symbian phone over to the Ace , and was pleased to see that it automatically found all my music, video and photo files.Works extremely well as a phone , unlike some other smartphones. Voice clarity is great and the phone dials quickly without delays.Overall the user eriexpence is very good no noticeable lag during day to day use.Highly recommended!!

  6. thank you for video add. i already reset my phone using ur instruction.. may God Bless you sabhierules1.. n I truly love you.. muaaahhh

    • This phone delivers a great user ecexripnee, especially if you use Google services (i.e. search, Gmail, G+ , Picasa Google Talk etc). Granted this is not unique to the Samsung phone but rather generic features of android phones.In terms of the handset itself the screen is excellent , although not as good as an Iphone’s (to be expected at the lower price point). Battery life is a little disappointing but that is really nitpicking at what is otherwise a fine piece of equipment.It sits nicely in the hand, is very light and the form factor is just right for carrying around with you all the time. It uses a standard micro-usb port to charge up which is a plus.Accepts SD cards I moved the SD card from my old Nokia Symbian phone over to the Ace , and was pleased to see that it automatically found all my music, video and photo files.Works extremely well as a phone , unlike some other smartphones. Voice clarity is great and the phone dials quickly without delays.Overall the user ecexripnee is very good no noticeable lag during day to day use.Highly recommended!!

  7. is it supposed to take a long time to delete the files? is there a way i can send you a pick and you tell me if it’s supposed to happen this way?

  8. I am very phone fussy. I got rid of my HTC Wildfire which I had on contract. I just didn’t take to it for some resaon the screen seemed quite fussy, texting wasn’t that easy on it and, although many people love the HTC phones, I couldn’t get on with mine. I sold it on eBay and bought a Nokia C3-01 instead. This was faulty and kept freezing mid message. Plus, if you’re used to a capacitive touch screen, the resistive screen on the C3-01 might not suit. I then bought a Samsung Tocco which was a great phone but once I started using it, I realised it didn’t come with a wi-fi option (something you’d expect for a3129). I returned the phone to Virgin and bought a a379 Samsung Galaxy Apollo instead okay, this is probably going to sound very fussy, but the icons and writing were tiny not something I’d expected, given the fact that the screen was a decent enough size. So, on to the Samsung Galaxy Fit finally a phone that I can get on with. The screen is clear, large enough to accommodate sizeable icons (but not so huge as to feel you’re carrying a brick around). Texting is a doddle I always found touch screen texting a little tricky but the size of the buttons are great; and you have the option of a 3 4 layout (the traditional keyboard), a QWERTY layout or two handwriting options (although you’d probably want to buy a stylus if this is the way you choose to write messages). The phone is incredibly easy and intuitive to use I haven’t even looked in the manual and it’s easy to customise too. Plus, you have full access to the Android marketplace (my guess is that you’re either happy with the Android option and, if not, you’re going to be opting for an iPhone instead). Personally, I think Android has enough to offer and is certainly preferable to Nokia’s Ovi store. Oh, and the battery life is very impressive (although I don’t use the phone for listening to music or watching videos as I have an iPod Touch for that). However, comparing it to other phones I’ve had, the battery does a good job. Like I say, I’m not somebody who relies on their phone for everything I text, I talk and I use the more practical apps (such as navigation/calculator/calendar/notes etc). However, comparing it to other smartphones I’ve had, I think this is a great phone (and it feels good in the hand too even the screen curves slightly at the edges, giving a lovely feel when you run your thumb across it). My husband owns an iPhone and even he says that the Galaxy Fit seems to offer many of the same features he’s even gone so far as to say if he didn’t have an iPhone, this is the phone he’d opt for.

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