Zorex_samsung @ 05/18/2013, 19:08
as soon as the phone was bought, such a canoe immediately began.
Well, let's order:
Resetting to factory settings through recovery is the so-called hard-drive. With this method, the device, roughly speaking, uses the firmware again. Which is in his memory ALWAYS in a hidden section. And considering that the firmware is out of the box, that is, 99% is the likelihood that this will be enough, and you will not have to resort to re-firmware to solve the problem. And under what circumstances and what caused the problem, we can guess for a very long time.
Plus, you can consult with the users of this unit here.Samsung Galaxy S III Mini - Discussion
, and if you still decide to flash the device clean, then the theme for the firmware hereSamsung GT-I8190 Galaxy S III mini - Firmware
Firmware can be used without problems.