20 Most Recent Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone Questions & Answers


Hi, you can unlock this model with the data cable service available here: http://www.fastgsm.com/en/samsung/samsung/gt-s5360/unlock-code/unlocking

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jan 07, 2019


Samsung Galaxy Y GT S5360: How to block a phone number:

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Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Feb 04, 2016


You have to recover with your Google Account. If you fail unlocking your phone 5 times, an extra button will pop up (think it says Forgot Pattern or something like that) and clicking it will ask you to enter your Google Account as well as password which will take you to the lock settings where you can choose to make a new pattern lock or get rid of it.

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on May 22, 2015


your problem is your memory is almost filled our phone starts rejecting messages when our memory is almost filled what u need to do is free up some internal memory

move some apps to ur SD
Uninstall some apps etc

it'll fix ur problem

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


The security word usually has a refresh button that changes the word if you can't read it

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014


Go to sign in and click on forgotten password and follow instructions.

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


Do check the manual settings.Internet connection can be done through Wifi or mobile data.If you are trying through Wifi..switch ON the Wifi in your Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 and it will automatically detect the nearby WiFi devices..select the one that you desire and provide the necessary password authentication if required..you will be directly connected to the internet.

If you choose mobile data...try to get a 3G or 4G speed sim since it is faster..and do the respective settings if any, by contacting your network provider.You will be connected to the internet.

You can get the upload and download speeds using

Scanmyspeed.com

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


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Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Sep 07, 2014


You can as a backup, but the amount of information a SIM card can hold is extremely limited. I'd recommend against it. If you're just interested in backing up your contacts, I'd make sure you have a valid gmail account or use the app MyBackup by RerWare. I've used this application several times to transfer contacts, SMS & MMS from one phone to another.

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


S5 doesn't have that option of 'wake up itself when turned off'/

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


hold vol up and power at same time with phone off
when the menu comes up choose reset to factory defaults

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014


you need to hard reset your phone, you will loose everything on it but this will work. you need to hold power volume up and home button together at the same time until the phone goes black then shows the samsung logo. let go of all the buttons scroll down to wipe cache partition and click on it. then goto wipe data/factory reset. once you have done that click reboot system now.

restart phone and all should be good

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jul 24, 2014


Your phone can't use the mini SD card as internal memory. Your internal memory has to many apps, and to much data. (pictures, notes and messages) You should clear up the internal memory, by deleting apps and data. Most Samsung apps you can't delete. The modern phones already have apps, exceeding 10 Gb. So if you bought a 16 Gb phone only 5 Gb is left for you to use for apps. I'm sorry, but the SD cards should be seen as an external hard disk, not as internal memory.
If you thought I can buy a phone with less memory, because the SD cards are very cheap and will extend the internal memory, you made an error. New phones from Samsung now get more than 10 Gbyte of apps, you even can't remove. So only about 5 Gbyte is free to use for other apps and messages.
Next phone, take one with lots of internal memory, if you like to install other apps.

Samsung Galaxy Y... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014

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