- 09-07-2013, 03:35 AM #2
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Try booting into Recovery Mode using these instructions: [Guide] Rebooting into Recovery Mode for the Galaxy S2, S3, and Tab2.
Then select "Wipe Cache Partition." This will clear out the temporary system logfiles and other data that might be messing things up. You will not lose any important files.
If that doesn't work, then try booting it into Safe Mode using these instructions: If it boots successfully, then you should try to uninstall any recently installed apps, since one of them might have been the culprit.
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