Always face force close issue on your Amazon Kindle Fire? Screen frozen and unresponsive? Or forgot your Kindle Fire password? Look like it’s time to hard reset Kindle Fire. Or factory reset Kindle Fire is still cannot solve these issue. Factory reset will restore your Kindle Fire to factory default settings. Just like the very first time you switch on it. Therefore, all your contents like applications, data and settings will be deleted. Do take note on that…
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Is your Xiaomi Redmi 2 smartphone not performing well lately? Maybe it’s time to hard reset it to original stage. Factory data reset Redmi 2 will clear and delete everything on your phone. Make your Redmi 2 like a new one again. Of course, all your installed applications and games, personal data (music, video, photo), settings will be deleted as well (you can choose not to delete them but it might not solve issues then). Therefore, be sure to backup all the stuffs first before hard reset.
Factory data reset will bring your phone back to original stage (like newly bought). However, it does not work so well on my mom’s Xiaomi Redmi 1S. Yup, it does not delete certain applications that I installed and some user data still there. Not sure what went wrong? But I suspect that it is either v23 ROM or v36 OTA issue (Malaysia stock ROM is v23 and I updated to latest version v36 through OTA method). Anyway, that’s was the very first bug that I saw on Malaysia Redmi 1S. Luckily, I know how to do a clean installation. Else Xiaomi service center is the place that I am going to visit.
Do you factory data reset when got your new Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Well, you don’t have to do so. Why? Because it is pre-factory data reset before shipping out. But no harm to do so again if you want. Just no point. However, it is not the case after few weeks or months of usage. Galaxy Note 3 might become not so stable, or facing forced close issue offer. That’s the time to hard reset then. Note – factory data reset can solve software issue only. You need to send back to service center if facing hardware related issue. No idea which one is causing the issue? Just restore everything back to stock to find out.
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.