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How to factory data reset Nexus 7 (2013)?

If boot Android device into safe mode still can’t solve your system unresponsive issue, hard reset might able to help then. Yup, make your Google Nexus 7 (2013) like a new one by factory data reset. You will lose everything like installed applications, data, photo… But you will get back a perfect Nexus 7 just like a new one. So be sure to backup all your data before perform factory data reset.

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Hard reset Nexus 7 (2013)

How to hard reset Galaxy S4?

Is your Samsung Galaxy S4 always facing freeze or hang issue? Or applications force closed issue? Or frozen and unresponsive at all? Maybe it is time for you to hard reset Galaxy S4. Well, hard reset is also known as factory data reset in Samsung Galaxy series. Basically, it will reset settings to the factory default values and delete all data. Your Galaxy S4 will become like a new one (software only of course) just like the moment you power on at the first time. Do be careful, factory data reset will delete everything on your internal storage. So all your installed applications and data on device storage will be deleted. However, content on external SD card will be intact.

Factory data reset Samsung Galaxy S4

How to hard reset Nexus 4?

How to hard reset Google Nexus 4? This is the question you will ask when need to send Nexus 4 back to LG for warranty claim. Or it is not stable and responsive. Factory reset Nexus 4 will help to solve most of the application frozen or hang issues. After factory data reset, your Nexus 4 will be back to original factory setup just like you turn on for the first time. And it will delete everything in disk storage including your downloaded applications, data, settings, music, photos, videos, and other files.

Factory data reset Nexus 4

How to hard reset Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

Facing lot of application frozen or hang problems on Samsung Galaxy Note II lately? Or your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is not responsive as before? Or want to send Samsung Galaxy Note 2 back for warranty claim? It’s time for you to hard reset Samsung Galaxy Note 2 then. Hard reset is known as Factory data reset in Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be back to factory setting just like you turn on it for the first time after factory reset. This means that it will delete everything including your applications, data, settings and contents on internal storage (sdcard). However, it won’t delete external SD card contents.

Factory data reset Samsung Galaxy Note 2

How to hard reset Nexus 7?

Google Nexus 7 is not stable and responsive? Facing lot of application frozen or hang problems on Nexus 7 lately? Or want to send Nexus 7 back to Asus for warranty claim? It’s time for you to hard reset Nexus 7 then. Or you can call it factory data reset. After factory data reset, your Nexus 7 will be back to factory setting just like you turn on it for the first time. This means that it will delete everything including your applications, data, settings and contents on internal storage.

Factory data reset Nexus 7

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