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Hello Bria, what kind of cell phone is it? If you're on an iPhone and want to wipe data from it, you only need to tap Settings > General > Reset, and choose Erase All Content and Settings to wipe everything on your device.
1. Turn off Samsung Dart. Press and hold Volume up key + POWER on the
2. When the Android System Recovery screen appears, release the keys.
3. Using the volume keys, scroll down to Wipe Data / Factory Reset.
4. Press the Power key to confirm.
5. With Volume select Yes -- delete all user. Press the Power key to
After master reset select Reboot System Now. Press the Power key to confirm.
6. Your T-mobile Samsung Dart phone reseted to the factory default state.
(This should work but if not, try both volume + power)
Samsung T-mobile Dart reset
A Samsung T499 master reset restores the original factory settings and
may erase all downloaded content, including ringtones, images, programs,
and contacts stored in the internal memory. It does not erase data
stored on the SIM card or memory card (if available).
To perform a hard reset, follow these steps.
Samsung Dart T499 Factory Data Reset
From this menu you can reset your phone and sound settings to the
factory default settings.
1. Press Samsung Dart T499 reset - Samsung Dart T499 reset and then tap
Samsung Dart T499 reset settings key (Settings) - Privacy.
2. Tap Factory data reset. This action erases all data from your phone
except current system
software and bundled applications, or SD card files such as music or photos.
3. Tap Reset phone - Erase everything.
Samsung Dart Password code try 1234
Use this method to hard reset your Samsung Dart Android phone: Enter
*2767*3855#. Warning! All your data including contacts, messages etc.
will be lost! Copy all your necessary data/Contacts/Messages etc. to SIM
or make backup to your PC before full reset! Take out SIM card before
You can reset your Palm Pre to its default factory settings by doing the following:
Find and select the Device Info icon on your Pre (Fig 1 below).
Scroll down to the bottom of the Device Info screen to Reset Options.
You will see the following options: Restart, Partial Erase, and Full Erase.
Tap Full Erase twice quickly and a box will pop up asking you to confirm.
Click the Full Erase confirmation button and your device will be reset. The screen may go black for a few seconds and reset your device. This is normal!
PLEASE NOTE: Performing a full erase on your Pre will delete any applications you installed as well as any and all associated files & settings. It will also delete any media (videos, photos, music, etc.) you have stored on your Pre's internal memory. It will not howeverdelete data from an sd card if you have one installed and save your media there. If you are having issues with your Pre, you may want to attempt a Partial Erase first to see if the issue is corrected before you choose full erase. The process for a Partial Erase is the same as Full Erase, simply select Partial Erase instead.
1.Reset to the default settings: -From the carousel's Home tile, press the OK button for Menu -Select Settings -Select More (7) -Select Security (12) -Enter the User Lock Code (last 4 digits of phone number) -Select Erase/Reset (3) -Select Default Settings (0) -Press the left soft key for Yes to confirm -Press the left soft key for Yes again to confirm
2.Permanently delete all data and reset: -From the carousel's Home tile, press the OK button for Menu -Select Settings -Select More (7) -Select Security (12) -Enter the User Lock Code (last 4 digits of phone number) -Select Erase/Reset (3) -Select Reset Phone -Press the left soft key for OK to confirm -Press the left soft key for Yes -Press the left soft key for Yes again to confirm
After resetting your Samsung Reclaim M560, you will miss all data, so you should back up the necessary data first.
In most phones you can erase all your data by going into the security settings of the phone usually under phone settings in the options menu. select security and do whats known as a mass reset or restore most times this will reset the phone back to factory settings and erase all user data on the phone. If you dont want to delete your contacts and just your pictures go into the picture album settings and its a similar process. If it ever asks for your pass code its always the last four of your phone number unless you have reset that to something else
Jon at the Cell Phone Guy in Sioux Falls SD www.thecellphoneguyonline.com