20 Most Recent Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 Factory Unlocked Smart Phone White Questions & Answers

clear some phone memory & increase external memory.

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jan 16, 2017

unlock it using your online google account,though THIS METHOD WILL FACTORY RESET YOUR PHONE

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Dec 04, 2015

When this happened to me (on a different app), I had to clear the cache and the error went away.
goto Settings - Apps - find the app that's reporting the error, and clear the cache..

more options may be found here:
How to fix the process com google process gapps has stopped error...

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Nov 06, 2015

gt s5360 auto charging solution

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Aug 15, 2015

Locks are usually case sensitive. That is: anything capitalized must be capitalized and letters that are lower case must be entered lower case when entering the unlock code.
God bless and good luck, if the above is not the problem, hopefully someone on here can help you.

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Dec 09, 2014

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Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Oct 03, 2014

May I assume you have already tried a "hard reset"? (There are several easy-to-follow instructions posted on YouTube - just search for "Galaxy Y hard reset"). If so, see below. If not, know that the key part is to remove the battery before proceeding. If you're really lucky, the phone will boot up normally and everuthing will be fine; if not, the hard reset procedire, if it works, will boot up a factory reset device, which will PERMANENTLY wipe all apps and data from your phone. But at least the phone may work. If, however, the phone won't even begin to boot after removing and replacing the battery, your phone is - sadly - most likely "bricked." It may be revivable using professional tools, or at least the data may be recoverable, but it is probably not worth the considerable expense! Instead, it would surely be time to move on to a more modern device, such as the S4 or S5. Hopefully, your data is properly backed up, so it can all be loaded onto your new device. If not, you may be SOL...

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Sep 10, 2014

Lol, i remember how i figured that out the first time, here you are this video shall help you out...

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Sep 08, 2014

you can send it by whatsapp , viber or any social networks , and if you need to send it as MMS you can go to messages and click on att. botton go to gallry and choose the photo you need to send then click on send

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Aug 08, 2014

You have to be re-invited by another member of the group

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Aug 05, 2014

A "sin" card would be awesome, but I'm sure you mean the "sim" card! Every phone has its specific procedure for copying contact numbers to the sim card. Some do this by default. Some must have a setting selected. Most have a very simple way to select individual contacts to be copied to sim, from the "context menu" - press the button or key that displays the symbol with three horizontal lines. Note that sim cards have a set limit of the number of contacts that can be copied: if your contact list is large you may only be able to copy some of them. This limit will also apply to defaults chosen in settings. When the limit is reached copying will either cease or existing contacts on the sim will be overwritten. There will probably be no indication when the limit is reached, so you won't know that contacts are not being copied or overwritten. In other words, the sim contacts may be incomplete, so don't rely on this method for backing up your large contact list.

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jul 28, 2014

do a factory reset by pressing power+ top volume+ home button together on the boot screen (the screen that says your phones name) and use the volume key to go up or down and home to select, go down and press clear chachie and data (separately) and press reeboot phone (note: once a photo of an android or picture comes let go of the home button when getting the factory reset screen)
this screen should pop up and press reset (note all your stuff will be gone and the phone will be like how you first brought it in an shop)

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jul 08, 2014

go to samsung site to support or GSM arena you may get help

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jul 02, 2014

BRO I THINK the problem is with your software so go to recovery mode and just wipe data and cache and remove your battery and place it after a minute or u must factory reset it may any solution helps you

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jun 05, 2014

Generally speaking, you should be able to go into the settings of the phone, go to the area of where the wallpapers and lock screen settings are, and then choose what you want. You can also go to your gallery and find the photo you want to use, then simply select it, and under its options it should allow you to choose to use as wallpaper.

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014

reset your phone to factory settings
then your email account will be removed from mobile
settings>security>factory reset

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Feb 27, 2014

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