85 percent of Internet Users Use A Smartphone Sometimes it’s really painful when your device starts malfunctioning and the last resort is to reset the Phone. Some People Don’t Know How to do that so I decided to share this.
Be careful. Resetting your phone will
erase all content stored on your phone,
including apps and games (along with
app data and game progress), text
messages, call history, music, photos
To reset your phone
1. In the App list , tap Settings .
2. Tap About , then tap Reset your phone .
3. You’ll receive two warningsdo. If you’re
absolutely sure you want to restore
your phone to its factory settings, tap
Yes, then tap Yes again.
It might take a little while for the
process to complete.
To reset an unresponsive phone
If your phone is unresponsive and you
can’t reach Settings , you may be
able to reset your phone using the
hardware buttons. On Nokia Lumia
phones (and some others), do the
following to reset your phone:
1. Press and hold the Volume down
and Power buttons at the same
time until you feel a vibration (about
2. When you feel the vibration,
immediately press and hold the Volume
down button until you see a large
3. Once the exclamation mark appears,
press the following four buttons in this
order: Volume up , Volume down
, Power , Volume down .
Your phone should now reset and
restart itself. (It might take a while for
the reset to finish.).
Each Phone Has It’s restore method. The one that works for most phones.
Hold the volume up button and power button at the same time.
You’ll See An Android Logo
Tap Any Of The Buttons On Your Phone To Reveal A Secret Menu
Scroll Down To clear data/reset or clear eemcc (this might vary depending on the type of phone) and select it (try using volume up to select if it fails use the home key)
Scroll down to yes and select it
It. Might take some time though
Your Phone Should Now Be Restored.
Go to “Settings” Select “General”
Scroll down to select “Reset”. Here you will have various options, the main ones being:
Reset All Settings
Reset Network Settings
Erase All content and Settings
Selecting ” Erase All Content and
Settings” is what constitutes a Hard
Reset. Your phone will ask you to
enter your passcode, and will then ask
There are 3 main ways to do this
Method 1 (BlackBerry Z10 and the likes of it)
Remove the battery from the
phone.You can perform a hard reset on the BlackBerry Z10 by pressing and holding the Power button on the top of the phone for about 10 seconds.
Reinsert the battery after a few seconds. To be on the safe side, wait for up to 30
seconds and then reinsert the battery into the back of the phone.
Close the battery cover. The BlackBerry
should reboot and function normally. You
may have to power the BlackBerry back on with the Power button.
Hold down these Keys in this order
Alt, Right Shift Key, Delete/Back Space
Open the Options on your home screen.
Performing a full factory reset, or security wipe, will remove all of your personal info and reset the phone to the state it was in when it was first turned on.
Select Security Settings. In the Security
Settings menu, select Security Wipe
Choose what you want erased. Check the
boxes for each of the items that you want
wiped from the phone. If you want to completely erase your information, ensure that all of the boxes are checked.
Enter the code. To perform the wipe, you
will need to enter the code. Type
“blackberry” into the box and then select Wipe.
Wait for the phone to reboot
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