Technical problems, can only establish a factory to see improvements. I had problems with the audio level during the phone calls and a factory refurbishment arranged well.
Doing a factory reset does not always solve; however, it is usually the first one that should make customer support inform you in an attempt to get the equipment in good working condition. It is the best course of action before other steps and let’s shows some of the best processes for a factory reset on the device used.
The best thing to do before you start backing up all the data on your smartphone or tablet. We have prepared a step-by-step hands-on guide on how to protect data on external media or in the cloud.
I would recommend these instructions before proceeding because you lose all your data is completed after this process.
Of course, if you just want to save a couple of photos and documents, you can download Picasa and upload your photos to the cloud. For documents, uploading them to Google Drive will do the trick.
Now, let’s get started!
Factory reset via software:
The most common way to do a factory restore is through software. In most cases, you can do this by opening the application tray, tap Settings> Backup and Reset> Factory Data Reset. This is the process for the Moto X (2013), and should more comparable devices. The factory settings that restore the function are possible within the security of the device.
After selecting Reset factory data, you will be prompted for a series of questions, in addition to requesting the password for your device or unlock pattern.
The device should now reset in the process. If the problems you are having your ability to out use the software, do not re-place a number of other factory process settings to achieve!
Factory reset through hardware:
Performing a factory data reset via physical buttons on the device is a “hard reset”. It is the most effective way to reset the device if you experience problems with the software.
Most devices use the following to start the process: hold the volume button and the power button for 2-3 seconds (while off) until the device boot options appear.
Now use the volume key down to highlight Recovery and Volume Up key to select it. The phone now has the logo of the manufacturer followed by the Android recovery screen. Hold the volume up key for 10 seconds and then briefly press the power button.
You should see the Android recovery screen. Again, you can scroll down the volume down button. Highlight the function Wipe data / factory reset. Press the power button.
Now the device should begin to erase all data on your smartphone, giving you a clean slate. The process works like most devices. In some cases, such as the Galaxy S6, the device switches off and keeps power, volume and main key to start at the same time start the recovery. For the most part is a similar process, even with tablets.
Here are some simple steps you can follow to reset your Android device. The only difference I can find between devices is that “restore factory settings” the in the context of security, and there is no backup and recovery.
Moreover, if the factory the device errors or mistakes which reset solid experience, it is best to allow the manufacturer to date and make sure it is not too late to work disconnect the device with one that is good.