anonymous, 19 Mar 2016my mom, 58 years old and gadget illiterate, bought this phone just this march. the retailer he... moreThere's a trick to hard reset the phone.
Hold Volume + and power button simultaneously -> choices appeared and select hard reset thru volume +- as up and down key and power button as enter key -> once done and full complete reset select reboot system -> congratulations!
AnonD-444051, 27 Mar 2016Forget the old gmail account make a new account and register it as your gmail account.just fol... moreSumsung J1 Also known as Samsung Galaxy dual-SIM card ( dedicated slot) 4GB,512 MB RAM Platform OS
Android.Not big but good performances J1 easy to use camera
Face detection.Lovely rington.visit @ Samsung Galaxy J1...
anonymous, 19 Mar 2016my mom, 58 years old and gadget illiterate, bought this phone just this march. the retailer he... moreForget the old gmail account make a new account and register it as your gmail account.just follow the phones instructions in registering your new gmail account.open the play store and the phone will ask you to enter gmail account.select new and enter a new gmail acxount.just follow phones instructions.good luck. .
So overall,is this a good phone to go for or not?im looking to get a new phone,but there are so many on the market,it's become quite frustrating(inspite of using google).Are there any recomendations from the more experienced cell-users out there?a good medium range(and priced)phone.
jpark, 23 Mar 2016is it true that the samsung j1 2016 doesn't have a built in music player? Even j12015..but im not always playing music..its ok for me..did u see the specs of a3 2016?i like that phone but its so expensive..9k plus
is it true that the samsung j1 2016 doesn't have a built in music player?
my mom, 58 years old and gadget illiterate, bought this phone just this march. the retailer helped her setup the phone and made a new gmail account for her phone. the phone was used for a day, but my nephew locked up the phone and they brought it back to the retailer w/c they did a factory reset. but now it is asking for the gmail account w/c was setup. cust was able to remember her gmail but wasn't able to save/remember the password. i tried to recover email's password using the link the phone provided but it is very hard to recover the password because it was just made and the girl from the retailer who made the account refused to help. i called a samsung rep and the option he provided me is to go to a samsung service center w/c is not available in our area.
is going to a service center do us any good? are there an alternative way for this issue.
Yotz, 17 Mar 2016Which is better j1 2016 or j2? I have both, but i prefer the J1 fit better in hand and pocket, very fast and effective phone for an entry level (played 3d games easily).