Please help resolve problem with Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

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  1. ninji191

    ninji191 Junior Member

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    My tablet doesn't start unless it's connected to a laptop. It doesn't charge when its connected or otherwise. When it does start, it's goes into a reboot loop. My applications are all backed up. Willing to reset. What is the problem here? And what is the solution? Please help.
     
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    I finally got it to start, don't ask me how. tried to reset it but it ends with a error msg, and goes back to the password panel.
    (I haven't opened my tab in a while, and have sadly forgotten password....)
     
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    Is it possible you have the password saved in your browser? You could log into Google on the WEB and change it.
     
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    Nopes. I'm an idiot.
    The tab did open once, then the stupid reboot loop thing came around again, and now it's asking for the password again.
     
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    Do you know why it could be giving an error after resetting?
     
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    If you really did a factory reset, (some people don't know for sure if they did or didn't, especially if you can get into the system), then your tablet may have corrupted storage.
     
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    What can I do about the corrupted storage? Any solutions for it?
     
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    I can't say for sure that is the problem. You may want to take it to a place that repairs tablets or send it in to Samsung for repair. You should at least give them a call.
     

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