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! Help! How to hard reset Omnia II i8000 :(

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Hi guys...does anyone know the key presses to hard reset the new Samsung Omnia II? Mine's already stuffed ;)(

Thanks!!

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Hi!

The Hard Reset button on the back of the phone, under the Battery cover, under the Micro SD card slot.

All things of the phone in its user manual etc. on the internet .

I hope I can help for you ;)

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Sorry , but this is soft Reset NOT Hard Reset , if the software can't load , soft reset will not help.

HAVE ANY IDEA HOW TO HARD RESET THE DEVICE ????

Hi!

The Hard Reset button on the back of the phone, under the Battery cover, under the Micro SD card slot.

All things of the phone in its user manual etc. on the internet .

I hope I can help for you :D

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Sorry , but this is soft Reset NOT Hard Reset , if the software can't load , soft reset will not help.

HAVE ANY IDEA HOW TO HARD RESET THE DEVICE ????

Hi.....

I Found a very easy way to full hard reset Omnia II

just dial this in phone.

Master-Reset: *2767*3855#

Hope its work...

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Sorry , but this is soft Reset NOT Hard Reset , if the software can't load , soft reset will not help.

HAVE ANY IDEA HOW TO HARD RESET THE DEVICE ????

1)Turn your I8000 off.

2)Keep the following buttons pressed: the top right button (screenlock) + top left button (volume up) + bottom left button ( dial)

3) Turn on your I9000 (bottom right button) while keeping the buttons in 2) pressed.

This will result in a hard reset and restore the WM registry. It will not clear "my storage".

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I have tried this combination but it doesn't work. My Omnia just start up till the Samsung screen and then it goes to black screen. Please, help me!!!! I just bought it yesterday and a program left it that way!!!!!!!!11 :) :D :D

1)Turn your I8000 off.

2)Keep the following buttons pressed: the top right button (screenlock) + top left button (volume up) + bottom left button ( dial)

3) Turn on your I9000 (bottom right button) while keeping the buttons in 2) pressed.

This will result in a hard reset and restore the WM registry. It will not clear "my storage".

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All the code write above are wrong with B7610. The correct procedure to hard reset the b7610 is to hold all this button: w/l (the one in the left undere volume buttons), the lock button (the one above camera button) and both call butto and close power on button in the front of the phone. Then press again call button to confirm in the new window.

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hi all

ok what i did is the following to rest my device to the original condition, basically i went to the main menu setting and i pressed the memory setting it came to a list i pressed clear memory and it gave me the following warning all settings and data stored in your device will be removed enter 1234 and press done to confirm

and that how i did it :) :)

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Hi.....

I Found a very easy way to full hard reset Omnia II

just dial this in phone.

Master-Reset: *2767*3855#

Hope its work...

i have tried this one.

this is much better when reseting your omnia 2

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Omnia II Hard Reset

1. Turn OFF the phone;

2. Press VolumeUp and Lock buttons (do not release);

3. Press Call/Green and then HangUp/Red (do not release all buttons);

4. Phone should Vibrate and turn on;

5. Count to 3 and release all buttons;

You will have a choice to FORMAT or CANCEL the operation.

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Omnia II Hard Reset

1. Turn OFF the phone;

2. Press VolumeUp and Lock buttons (do not release);

3. Press Call/Green and then HangUp/Red (do not release all buttons);

4. Phone should Vibrate and turn on;

5. Count to 3 and release all buttons;

You will have a choice to FORMAT or CANCEL the operation.

gracias makinaaaa

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OMFG, THANK YOU!!!!

Omnia II Hard Reset

1. Turn OFF the phone;

2. Press VolumeUp and Lock buttons (do not release);

3. Press Call/Green and then HangUp/Red (do not release all buttons);

4. Phone should Vibrate and turn on;

5. Count to 3 and release all buttons;

You will have a choice to FORMAT or CANCEL the operation.

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Omnia II Hard Reset

1. Turn OFF the phone;

2. Press VolumeUp and Lock buttons (do not release);

3. Press Call/Green and then HangUp/Red (do not release all buttons);

4. Phone should Vibrate and turn on;

5. Count to 3 and release all buttons;

You will have a choice to FORMAT or CANCEL the operation.

Thank you very much....

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Omnia II Hard Reset

1. Turn OFF the phone;

2. Press VolumeUp and Lock buttons (do not release);

3. Press Call/Green and then HangUp/Red (do not release all buttons);

4. Phone should Vibrate and turn on;

5. Count to 3 and release all buttons;

You will have a choice to FORMAT or CANCEL the operation.

CHEERS

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CHEERS

1. Turn OFF the phone;

2. Press VolumeUp and Lock buttons (do not release);

3. Press Call/Green and then HangUp/Red (do not release all buttons);

4. Phone should Vibrate and turn on;

5. Count to 3 and release all buttons;

You will have a choice to FORMAT or CANCEL the operation.

Thank you very much :(

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Omnia II Hard Reset

1. Turn OFF the phone;

2. Press VolumeUp and Lock buttons (do not release);

3. Press Call/Green and then HangUp/Red (do not release all buttons);

4. Phone should Vibrate and turn on;

5. Count to 3 and release all buttons;

You will have a choice to FORMAT or CANCEL the operation.

Thanks a lot man!!

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1)Turn your I8000 off.

2)Keep the following buttons pressed: the top right button (screenlock) + top left button (volume up) + bottom left button ( dial)

3) Turn on your I9000 (bottom right button) while keeping the buttons in 2) pressed.

This will result in a hard reset and restore the WM registry. It will not clear "my storage".

I know your post is old but going through most of the posts in Omnia II community I at times get confused about which phone is Omnia II. My longheld belief if that Omnia II refers to GT-I8000. I have seen several posts refering to i9000 as Omnia II as you have done above. Can anyone educate me?

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I know your post is old but going through most of the posts in Omnia II community I at times get confused about which phone is Omnia II. My longheld belief if that Omnia II refers to GT-I8000. I have seen several posts refering to i9000 as Omnia II as you have done above. Can anyone educate me?

Omnia I is I900

Omnia II is I8000

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Omnia I is I900

Omnia II is I8000

And then there is the Verizon Omnia II i920.

I believe the I8000 has both front and back cameras, while the i920 only has a back camera.

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And then there is the Verizon Omnia II i920.

I believe the I8000 has both front and back cameras, while the i920 only has a back camera.

Yup.. :(

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hi all

ok what i did is the following to rest my device to the original condition, basically i went to the main menu setting and i pressed the memory setting it came to a list i pressed clear memory and it gave me the following warning all settings and data stored in your device will be removed enter 1234 and press done to confirm

and that how i did it :( :(

This is very true of course (I commonly use this method after flashing a new ROM) but I doubt if you can use this simple method when your os does not load as decribed by the member who has this problem and started this thread.

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i had tried this, but nothing happen T_T...

I cant reset it sigh... stupid china software >.<

i cant type words as the stupid china software restricted the input settings T_T

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I have a Omnia 2 that's stuck on language setup after I initiated a change of language. I can't get hardreset to work as it go right back to the language setup.

I have done hardreset many times before but this time I'm totally lost on how do actually get it to hardreset (the hardreset key combo don't make it hardreset...).

Any help is much appreciated :mellow:

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