OK, it's been a while, but now I'm getting in gear and will have something up to test around in the next 2 weeks.
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Prasanta Manna: Android program is a best.
Kevin Carter: ok thxs
janeth Olvera: Begin with AndroidTM Advertise here
Site introduction Overview Cloud computing More than a phone Introduction to Android How is Android different How to provide input Setup Lock screen Home screens Menu button Notification Bar App Drawer Add wallpapers, apps Widgets on Homescreen Contacts on Homescreen Settings - Phones Settings - Tablets Keyboard & Input Import contacts 1 Import contacts 2 Create, change & share contacts Phone calls Messages Gmail 2.3 Gmail 4 Other email Get apps: Play Store Web Play Store Setup Google Wallet Remove apps Recommended apps Run more than one app Use the Calendar Use the Camera Upload photos Using social media Update the device Start all over: Reset Advertise here
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How to Reset Your Android Device
You may come across situations where you want to reset your phone and wipe out all the data, for example:
You feel you "messed" up with the Setup and want to start all over again. You've installed some update to the system and after that you've encountered problems with apps or stability. You plan to sell or give away your phone, but you don't want the other person to see your emails, Facebook and other content In those situations you want to reset the phone, which will wipe all apps. all accounts, all pictures etc. But be very careful: make sure you save any pictures, music or other material you have on your phone, since all data will be lost. This is easy to do with Android, here are two examples: Android 4
Settings -> Backup & Reset -> Factory Data Reset
Backup & Reset Factory Data Reset
Menu -> Settings -> Privacy -> Factory Data Reset
Privacy Factory Data Reset
If you do a reset and then start all over again with the same account, then all your apps will automatically be re-installed on your device.