Friday, May 27, 2016

Droid Hard Reset

What is Hard ResetA hard reset, also known as a factory reset or master reset, is the restoration of a device to the state it was in when it left the factory. All settings, appliions and data added by the user are removed. The term is often hrd in reference to smart and tablets but laptop and desktop computers, as well as most other electronic devices, can usually be restored to factory conditions.

Factory reset may be accomplished through various procedures, depending on the particular device, or may be available as a device or operating system fture. Android Factory Reset, for example, is a fture that erases all settings, user data, third-party appliions, and associated appliion data from an Android device’s internal flash memory.

The most common rsons to restore factory conditions are to fix a malfunctioning device or to remove user data before selling or otherwise disposing of a device or returning it to the manufacturer.

Hard reset contrasts with soft reset, which just mns to restart a device.

WarningsThis will erase all your personal information, any contacts stored on your smartphone and any programs you installed. You should only perform a hard reset or cln boot when all other reset options have failed to restore your smartphone to an operational state. This kind of reset will restore your device default settings. Droid Hard Reset to Restore Factory Settings To Perform aResetOpen the Appliions Tray. (arrow pointing up loed in the middle at the bottom of the display screen)TouchSettingsTouch PrivacyTouch Factory data resetTouch Reset PhoneTouch Erase EverythingNote: You cannot reset/clr your phone remotely if it is lost or stolen.
To Manually Reset
If there are significant problems with your device oryou are not able to follow the steps above plse use the followingprocess tomanually reset the phone:
Turn off phonePress Power + "x" (on the hardware board) to power on the phone and bring up the recovery screen.Press Volume Up + Volume down for 10 seconds then press and relse the volume down ..Using the volume scroll toWipe data/factory resetPress the center of 5-way navigation padUsing the Volume , select Yes -- delete all user dataPress the center of 5-way navigation padUsing the Volume select Reboot system nowPress the center of 5-way navigation pad

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