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By antonpelayo, Junior Member on 30th August 2014, 05:31 AM
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Hello all,

Posting here as the Sony support are pretty useless,
Everytime I talk to them for help their o ly solution is to repair/reset my phone which wipes everything on it

So just a quick question this website won't load
aspworldtour .com
Tried on chrome and Firefox. Reset my cache and data too.
Restarted the phone. Nothing worked

Tried using the mobile and desktop version.. Both don't load.
Used my friends iPhone and galaxy 5, website loads properly.

Any thoughts?

I'm using Android 4.4.4 and rooted it too.

Thanks
Anton
 
 
30th August 2014, 12:52 PM |#2  
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Loads fine for me on Chrome. Do you have any ad blocker installed? If you're rooted, what's the problem with a factory reset? You can easily backup/restore using Titanium.
30th August 2014, 01:50 PM |#3  
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Loads fine for me on Chrome. Do you have any ad blocker installed? If you're rooted, what's the problem with a factory reset? You can easily backup/restore using Titanium.

Yup I figured it must've been the ad blocker. so i disabled it and refreshed my hosts file. Thanks though!

On a side note, if i factory reset my phone, how do i use titanium to restore it to how it is now? and would the restore install everything back in too?
30th August 2014, 01:55 PM |#4  
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Yup I figured it must've been the ad blocker. so i disabled it and refreshed my hosts file. Thanks though!

On a side note, if i factory reset my phone, how do i use titanium to restore it to how it is now? and would the restore install everything back in too?

Glad to hear it's working anyway!

Here is a rough guide. Basically you would usually want to backup and restore all user apps with data. Additionally some system data (the items in green) like contacts, Wi-Fi access points, accounts etc, but not the system apps themselves.
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