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    Default cache partion

    I believe that's what it's called, if I reboot in too this. What are the following steps & will this reset ANYTHING on my phone ? I have nothing backed up.

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    Default Re: cache partion

    Quote Originally Posted by Smply_Rcklss View Post
    I believe that's what it's called, if I reboot in too this. What are the following steps & will this reset ANYTHING on my phone ? I have nothing backed up.

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    If you are in recovery and want to simply wipe the cache partition, you can and it won't affect any data you have on the device. Once done hit reboot now, and you are back in Android.

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    Default Re: cache partion

    I've tried & it says something about an SD card, do I need one in my phone ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smply_Rcklss View Post
    I've tried & it says something about an SD card, do I need one in my phone ?

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    No. It's just attempting to read something that isn't there.

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    Oh, okay appreciate the help. Thank u !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smply_Rcklss View Post
    Oh, okay appreciate the help. Thank u !

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    No sweat. See you around the forums.

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