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I had never encountered a Cherry Mobile Snap. Truth be told, I had never even heard of Cherry Mobile before much less its Snap phone. I like that name though… Apple, BlackBerry, and Cherry Mobile. Fruit is Mother Nature’s candy and as such is awesome but when is a manufacturer going to name their company after a noble vegetable.
The Cucumber Slice, the advertising practically writes itself. “Want a phone that’s as cool as a Cucumber? Come get a Slice.”
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I do want to take a second to admit however that since the Cherry Mobile Snap is a phone released in the Philippines that it is a tad out of my expertise. I know the Android OS pretty well (which is an amazing OS) but as far as specific phones, well… the tech industry moves so fast it can be hard to keep up with it here in the States (USA) much less globally.
As usual I recommend that you use caution when downloading software, especially to your computer and when possible try to get it from a verified source not just a random website.
Sorry I couldn’t be of more help. Remember that if you are able to access the Settings on the phone you should still be able to hard reset the phone with a factory data reset which can be accessed through those settings as opposed to a series of key combinations
Is there a way to do a hard reset
Hard Resets or Alternate Resets can often be done to a phone even if the phone has a broken display or a malfunctioning touch screen. As long as the required keys are functioning properly then you will be good to go.
This is yet another thing that makes the Hard Reset such a powerful tool when troubleshooting an Android cell phone.
If you simply want to reset your phone so that your information is off the phone when you send it in for a replacement or repair then that’s never a bad idea either.
How to hard reset the Samsung Galaxy S4 with a broken screen.
I suggest that you read these instructions at least once before doing the reset so you are more prepared when actually doing the hard reset.
- Pull out the battery for 30 seconds – I am going to assume that you cannot see the screen to know if the phone is powered off or not, so remove the battery from the phone is a good way to know it will be completely off.
- Unplug it from the charger if you have not done so already.
- Plug the battery back in and put the phone back together.
- Press and hold the Volume Up button and the Home button (the big button on the bottom center of the phone under the phones display).
- While pressing the Volume Up and Home button press and hold the Power button.
- Hold these three keys until you feel the phone vibrate and then release just the power key but keep holding the Volume Up and Home key for 15 seconds (count to 15 out loud)
- After 15 seconds release all the keys.
- Press the Power key 1 (ONE) time.
- Press the Volume Down button 7 (Seven) times – this will highlight the “Yes – delete all user data” option.
- Press the power key 1 (One) time.
The phone will re-boot and the information that was on the phone will be cleared. Easy as pie and didn’t require the use of your screen at all.