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Default [Q] Bluetooth doesn't turn on.

I have a samsung gt-i9500. Since i rooted my phone the bluetooth does'nt turn on.

I tried to replace the bluetooth files with the original ones but that did'nt help.
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I have a samsung gt-i9500. Since i rooted my phone the bluetooth does'nt turn on.

I tried to replace the bluetooth files with the original ones but that did'nt help.
Plz help me!
The only thing I can think to do is just restore your device to it's original factory settings/ROM as it will restore all the system files and hopefully restore your ability to use Bluetooth, then try rooting you device by using the one click root from towelroot.com, which hasn't caused me any problems what so ever.
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The only thing I can think to do is just restore your device to it's original factory settings/ROM as it will restore all the system files and hopefully restore your ability to use Bluetooth, then try rooting you device by using the one click root from towelroot.com, which hasn't caused me any problems what so ever.
Do i n just need to do factory reset or flash original rom?
And towleroot did'nt work for me😟. Is' nt there a way where all my data does' nt get lost?
 
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I would do both, first do a factory restore then flash the stock ROM and hopefully it will fix the problem. Towleroot worked for me, but I had to access the site and download the. apk file using my phone and to answer you last question when you flash a custom ROM all your data is erased, so you should backup your information before you, flash a ROM, or do a Factory restore it will make things easier.
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I would do both, first do a factory restore then flash the stock ROM and hopefully it will fix the problem. Towleroot worked for me, but I had to access the site and download the. apk file using my phone and to answer you last question when you flash a custom ROM all your data is erased, so you should backup your information before you, flash a ROM, or do a Factory restore it will make things easier.
Thanks for your help i am going to try it.
 
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Thanks for your help i am going to try it.
Your welcome and I think it will fix the problem you are having, if it doesn't I'm not sure what else to do.
 
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Your welcome and I think it will fix the problem you are having, if it doesn't I'm not sure what else to do.
It fixed it. Thanks

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