Galaxy Mini died
My brothed destroyed his Galaxy Mini some days ago. He tried to do an overclicking (he is 13... ). So when I start the phone, I get a screen wich tells "Android" aligned to the left and the phone freezes. I can enter to the phone in Recovery Mode, but when I try to do a restore I get an error: "can't mount /sdcard".
I'm not sure about the mode he used to try overclocking, but I can ask him. What I want to do is restoring the phone to the factory configuration.
You probably won't like this one because you'll be loosing any data, but have you considered a hard reset? The overclocking should be software made so a hard reset should restore this one too.
Anyway, I'm not really an expert of Android devices, you might want to wait for other's instructions :)
Hey thanks for the answer!
Originally Posted by T3STY
By hard reset do you mean this? -> Hard Reset Motorola Droid
I've already tried, but the problem I think is the cellphone cannot access to the sdcard, so I can't format the sdcard. Why should I? I don't know... but I've already "formatted" all the others folders (system, data, etc.) and I'm still having the same problem.
The error I get when I put "wipe data / reset" is
Error mounting /sdcard/ .
data wipe complete.
Maybe should I try the same but removing the sdcard?