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[Q] What the H is happening to my phone? Haunted?

OP Handsome Rob

27th October 2012, 03:49 AM   |  #1  
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I have a Galaxy S II, running CM10 Nightly 19Sep Stock kernel, only thing changed is the ROM which I've been flashing for over a year without issue.

Noticed on Monday 22Oct that the phone was starting to lag at certain things and behave screwy, so downloaded latest nightly and did a complete backup. Did not flash.

Had a look in the gallery yesterday, and to my horror the earliest photo in there is from 21Oct, over 600 photos gone. Gallery used to show thumbs from all of the ebooks I have in there, those are gone as well and the photos from the individual ebook folders for covers are gone one by one.

Swiftkey deselected itself as an input option with no input from me. Swype is just gone.

External SD which I barely use will show as unmounted when connected via USB.

Going to go through forum tutorials to try and get those pictures back, but should I be worried about something else? Hardware? What could possibly be causing this?
27th October 2012, 05:09 AM   |  #2  
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Well at the very least this product deserves a thumbs up. It works.
http://www.remosoftware.com/

Going to get most of the media back.
27th October 2012, 09:25 AM   |  #3  
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It's suggest a restocking.
You can take your sd out and check if not corrupted our something.
Hope you can still get your files.

You will get more support form the forum if you post in the one specific for your device


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