Android text after deleted messages keep coming back

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More than reinstalling the operating system may be required.

If you still have problems with your Android text after deleted messages keep coming back, the problem is likely related to how you wiped your phone.

If you’ve backed up your phone’s data, wipe it and start over.

If you’ve backed up your phone’s data, wipe it and start over. If not, here’s what to do:

You can only factory reset a phone that has been completely wiped.

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You can only factory reset a phone that has been completely wiped. If you’ve partially wiped your device, you won’t be able to do this.

You can’t factory reset a phone that has been partially wiped and then partially wiped again; doing so will result in an error message saying, “The system cannot complete the requested operation because of an internal error.”

You can reset some apps from the device settings.

You can reset some apps from the device settings. To do this, open the Settings app on your phone and tap Apps & notifications. Select an app you want to remove, press “Clear data,” or swipe left until it’s gone.

If an app doesn’t let you remove its data using that method, try deleting it in iTunes (you’ll need to connect your iPhone or iPad to a computer). In iTunes’ App Store tab, select Apps > Allowed Apps > Tap Edit next to any offending apps and delete them one at a time until they’re gone.

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If neither of these options works for you or if there’s something wrong with your phone itself—for example, if it suddenly starts freezing up every time someone tries calling or texting back—you may have no choice but go old school: Restore from backup!

If you’ve backed up the app’s data, restore it from the backup.

If you’ve backed up the app’s data, restore it from the backup.

If you’re unable to delete a message that keeps coming back, or if you’re worried about accidentally deleting something important and don’t want to lose it forever, here’s what to do:

Apps downloaded from a third-party source don’t contain any data created by your phone, so they can be deleted without affecting your phone’s performance.

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Apps downloaded from a third-party source don’t contain any data created by your phone, so they can be deleted without affecting your phone’s performance.

You can restore them from the backup.

There are ways to keep accidentally deleted files from being recovered by clearing them.

There are several ways to keep accidentally deleted files from being recovered by clearing them. To do this, you’ll need to clear your phone’s operating system’s cache, data and app data. You can also use your computer if you’d prefer not to use your phone—connect it via a USB cable and follow the same steps as above (i.e., go into Settings > Applications > Application Manager).

Good backups are essential for keeping your phone in top shape.

Good backups are essential for keeping your phone in top shape. If you’re running low on space, it could be time to back up your phone data and restore it elsewhere. This can also help if you get a new phone or want to switch carriers, as there are many ways that the apps and settings on your current device will transfer over with no trouble when transferring them from one device to another.

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If things go wrong, though—and they do sometimes—backups can ensure that all of the work put into keeping your device running smoothly isn’t lost because of something out of your control (like losing all those photos).

Hard resetting is one way to begin cleaning and getting back to work on a phone that has been locked, but other methods might also work.

You can reset your Android phone by holding the power and volume down buttons for 10 seconds. This should clear out any data causing the problem, but it will also erase your apps and settings.

If you’re not comfortable with this method, there are other ways to begin cleaning up after a phone has been locked:

A hard reset clears the data on your phone’s internal storage. This is not a “factory reset.” It will not delete any of the apps or settings on your phone.

This guide explains how to perform a Factory Reset on an iPhone 4 or 4s and what happens when you do. iPhone Recovery Mode is also covered in this tutorial.

If you feel like your phone is acting up, try this one first to see if that solves your issue before proceeding to go any further with other methods.

There are several things possible after performing a Factory Reset:

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