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Hard reset Not booting Android 4.0 OS. After a power failure I reset to factory by software from settings,successfully. I shut down by power remote control operation and tried to start up the media player again. No response. It stays on stand by always.

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I had the same problem on 2 of these players! I was able to fix it by downloading the updated firmware and burning the image file to a blank SD card and it worked. Here is the link for the web page that has the download links. Use Google translate as it is in Spanish! http://www.taringa.net/comunidades/android4all/8374505/Hard-reset-tv-box-kworld-sp-1200.html Make sure you download both files as one contains a program to burn the image to the SD card and includes instructions in English on how to do so. The other file contains the firmware update image file from kworld made specifically for the sp1200. The update can only be made through the SD card slot directly and not the USB port! I fixed both my boxes this way and the new firmware works way better. They stream video better than my other box with a quad core processor and android 4.0.4 has better video settings and full USB support. I hope this post will help someone else as it was driving me crazy spending $200 on 2 paperweights. -Dave

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Folks are telling me to do a hard reset because of having very slow Facebook issues on my straight talk Alcatel. I am desperate to solve problem but what's hard reset?


Hi Donna,

Thanks for choose the Fixya

I'm assuming you are using android phone If you are facing the problem of slow speed of your phone then may be your internal storage has full, so deleted unwanted software and use the DU Speed Booster (Download from play store), then it should perform well.
If still you are need to Hard Reset your phone (Hard Reset mean you have to format your phone in factory default setting that is called "Hard Reset:, it should wipe your complete data like Audio,Video,Picture,download file etc). so before careful to do this take the backup of all the data and follow the instruction..

Safe mode can help you troubleshoot your Android, but sometimes you'll need to wipe everything and restore your device to its factory state. But if you can't perform a normal factory reset-say, if your phone won't boot properly-you can do it through Android's recovery environment.

Ensure you have any important data backed up before doing a reset. This includes your Google Authenticator credentials, which will be lost during the reset. Disable two-factor authentication on your accounts first or you'll experience some trouble afterwards.

If safe mode doesn't help fix your device, you can perform a hard reset by booting into a special recovery mode. First, ensure your device is fully shut down.

Press and hold the correct keys to boot the device into recovery mode. This will vary from device to device. Here are some examples:

  • Nexus 7: Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Volume Up + Home + Power
  • Motorola Droid X: Home + Power
  • Devices With Camera Buttons: Volume Up + Camera

Similar devices will likely use similar key combinations. For example, the Nexus 4 also uses Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.

If your device isn't on this list and none of the above methods work, do a Google search for the name of your device and "recovery mode" - or look in the device's manual or support pages.

Release the buttons when the device powered on. You'll see an image of an Android lying on its back with its chest open and its internals revealed.

Press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys to scroll through the options until you see Recovery mode on the screen.

recovery-mode-option

Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode. You'll soon see an Android with a red triangle.

Hold down the Power button and tap Volume Up. You'll see the Android system recovery menu appear at the top of your screen.

Select wipe data / factory reset with the volume keys and tap the Power button to activate it.

Select Yes - erase all user data with the volume buttons and tap Power. Your device will be reset to its factory state and all your data will be erased.

If your device freezes at any point, hold down the Power button until it restarts.

If the factory reset process doesn't fix your problems - or doesn't work at all - it's likely that there's a problem with your device's hardware. If it's still under warranty, you should have it fixed or replaced.

(There's one exception to this: If you've been flashing custom ROMs and messing with your device's low-level software, it's possible that you could have overwritten the stock recovery software. In this case, it's possible that you have a software problem and not a hardware problem.)

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hardrest sir if will done!!!

check diz one

If You Can't Boot

If safe mode doesn't help fix your device, you can perform a hard reset by booting into a special recovery mode. First, ensure your device is fully shut down.
Press and hold the correct keys to boot the device into recovery mode. This will vary from device to device. Here are some examples:
  • Nexus 7: Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Volume Up + Home + Power
  • Motorola Droid X: Home + Power
  • Devices With Camera Buttons: Volume Up + Camera
Similar devices will likely use similar key combinations. For example, the Nexus 4 also uses Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.
If your device isn't on this list and none of the above methods work, do a Google search for the name of your device and "recovery mode" - or look in the device's manual or support pages.
Release the buttons when the device powered on. You'll see an image of an Android lying on its back with its chest open and its internals revealed.
android-boot-menu.jpg
Press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys to scroll through the options until you seeRecovery mode on the screen.
recovery-mode-option.jpg
Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode. You'll soon see an Android with a red triangle.
android-recovery-mode1.jpg
Hold down the Power button and tap Volume Up. You'll see the Android system recovery menu appear at the top of your screen.
android-system-recovery-menu.jpg
Select wipe data / factory reset with the volume keys and tap the Power button to activate it.
Select Yes - erase all user data with the volume buttons and tap Power. Your device will be reset to its factory state and all your data will be erased.
android-wipe-data-factory-reset.jpg
If your device freezes at any point, hold down the Power button until it restarts.

If You Can Boot

You can reset your Android phone or tablet normally from its Settings screen. Tap the Backup & reset option on the latest versions of Android or tap Privacy if you're using Android 2.3.
android-backup-and-reset1.png
Tap the Factory data reset option and to through the reset of the steps to confirm the factory reset.
android-factory-data-reset.png
If the factory reset process doesn't fix your problems - or doesn't work at all - it's likely that there's a problem with your device's hardware. If it's still under warranty, you should have it fixed or replaced.
(There's one exception to this: If you've been flashing custom ROMs and messing with your device's low-level software, it's possible that you could have overwritten the stock recovery software. In this case, it's possible that you have a software problem and not a hardware problem.)


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If You Can't Boot

If safe mode doesn't help fix your device, you can perform a hard reset by booting into a special recovery mode. First, ensure your device is fully shut down.
Press and hold the correct keys to boot the device into recovery mode. This will vary from device to device. Here are some examples:
  • Nexus 7: Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Volume Up + Home + Power
  • Motorola Droid X: Home + Power
  • Devices With Camera Buttons: Volume Up + Camera
Similar devices will likely use similar key combinations. For example, the Nexus 4 also uses Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.
If your device isn't on this list and none of the above methods work, do a Google search for the name of your device and "recovery mode" - or look in the device's manual or support pages.
Release the buttons when the device powered on. You'll see an image of an Android lying on its back with its chest open and its internals revealed.
android-boot-menu.jpg
Press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys to scroll through the options until you seeRecovery mode on the screen.
recovery-mode-option.jpg
Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode. You'll soon see an Android with a red triangle.
android-recovery-mode1.jpg
Hold down the Power button and tap Volume Up. You'll see the Android system recovery menu appear at the top of your screen.
android-system-recovery-menu.jpg
Select wipe data / factory reset with the volume keys and tap the Power button to activate it.
Select Yes - erase all user data with the volume buttons and tap Power. Your device will be reset to its factory state and all your data will be erased.
android-wipe-data-factory-reset.jpg
If your device freezes at any point, hold down the Power button until it restarts.

If You Can Boot

You can reset your Android phone or tablet normally from its Settings screen. Tap the Backup & reset option on the latest versions of Android or tap Privacy if you're using Android 2.3.
android-backup-and-reset1.png
Tap the Factory data reset option and to through the reset of the steps to confirm the factory reset.
android-factory-data-reset.png
If the factory reset process doesn't fix your problems - or doesn't work at all - it's likely that there's a problem with your device's hardware. If it's still under warranty, you should have it fixed or replaced.
(There's one exception to this: If you've been flashing custom ROMs and messing with your device's low-level software, it's possible that you could have overwritten the stock recovery software. In this case, it's possible that you have a software problem and not a hardware problem.)


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try this one

If safe mode doesn't help fix your device, you can perform a hard reset by booting into a special recovery mode. First, ensure your device is fully shut down.
Press and hold the correct keys to boot the device into recovery mode. This will vary from device to device. Here are some examples:
  • Nexus 7: Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Volume Up + Home + Power
  • Motorola Droid X: Home + Power
  • Devices With Camera Buttons: Volume Up + Camera
Similar devices will likely use similar key combinations. For example, the Nexus 4 also uses Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.
If your device isn't on this list and none of the above methods work, do a Google search for the name of your device and "recovery mode" - or look in the device's manual or support pages.
Release the buttons when the device powered on. You'll see an image of an Android lying on its back with its chest open and its internals revealed.
android-boot-menu.jpg
Press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys to scroll through the options until you seeRecovery mode on the screen.
recovery-mode-option.jpg
Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode. You'll soon see an Android with a red triangle.
android-recovery-mode1.jpg
Hold down the Power button and tap Volume Up. You'll see the Android system recovery menu appear at the top of your screen.
android-system-recovery-menu.jpg
Select wipe data / factory reset with the volume keys and tap the Power button to activate it.
Select Yes - erase all user data with the volume buttons and tap Power. Your device will be reset to its factory state and all your data will be erased.
android-wipe-data-factory-reset.jpg
If your device freezes at any point, hold down the Power button until it restarts.

If You Can Boot

You can reset your Android phone or tablet normally from its Settings screen. Tap the Backup & reset option on the latest versions of Android or tap Privacy if you're using Android 2.3.
android-backup-and-reset1.png
Tap the Factory data reset option and to through the reset of the steps to confirm the factory reset.
android-factory-data-reset.png
If the factory reset process doesn't fix your problems - or doesn't work at all - it's likely that there's a problem with your device's hardware. If it's still under warranty, you should have it fixed or replaced.
(There's one exception to this: If you've been flashing custom ROMs and messing with your device's low-level software, it's possible that you could have overwritten the stock recovery software. In this case, it's possible that you have a software problem and not a hardware problem.)


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try this one If safe mode doesn't help fix your device, you can perform a hard reset by booting into a special recovery mode. First, ensure your device is fully shut down.
Press and hold the correct keys to boot the device into recovery mode. This will vary from device to device. Here are some examples:
  • Nexus 7: Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Volume Up + Home + Power
  • Motorola Droid X: Home + Power
  • Devices With Camera Buttons: Volume Up + Camera
Similar devices will likely use similar key combinations. For example, the Nexus 4 also uses Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.
If your device isn't on this list and none of the above methods work, do a Google search for the name of your device and "recovery mode" - or look in the device's manual or support pages.
Release the buttons when the device powered on. You'll see an image of an Android lying on its back with its chest open and its internals revealed.
android-boot-menu.jpg
Press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys to scroll through the options until you seeRecovery mode on the screen.
recovery-mode-option.jpg
Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode. You'll soon see an Android with a red triangle.
android-recovery-mode1.jpg
Hold down the Power button and tap Volume Up. You'll see the Android system recovery menu appear at the top of your screen.
android-system-recovery-menu.jpg
Select wipe data / factory reset with the volume keys and tap the Power button to activate it.
Select Yes - erase all user data with the volume buttons and tap Power. Your device will be reset to its factory state and all your data will be erased.
android-wipe-data-factory-reset.jpg
If your device freezes at any point, hold down the Power button until it restarts.

If You Can Boot

You can reset your Android phone or tablet normally from its Settings screen. Tap the Backup & reset option on the latest versions of Android or tap Privacy if you're using Android 2.3.
android-backup-and-reset1.png
Tap the Factory data reset option and to through the reset of the steps to confirm the factory reset.
android-factory-data-reset.png
If the factory reset process doesn't fix your problems - or doesn't work at all - it's likely that there's a problem with your device's hardware. If it's still under warranty, you should have it fixed or replaced.
(There's one exception to this: If you've been flashing custom ROMs and messing with your device's low-level software, it's possible that you could have overwritten the stock recovery software. In this case, it's possible that you have a software problem and not a hardware problem.)


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If You Can't Boot

If safe mode doesn't help fix your device, you can perform a hard reset by booting into a special recovery mode. First, ensure your device is fully shut down.
Press and hold the correct keys to boot the device into recovery mode. This will vary from device to device. Here are some examples:
  • Nexus 7: Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Volume Up + Home + Power
  • Motorola Droid X: Home + Power
  • Devices With Camera Buttons: Volume Up + Camera
Similar devices will likely use similar key combinations. For example, the Nexus 4 also uses Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.
If your device isn't on this list and none of the above methods work, do a Google search for the name of your device and "recovery mode" - or look in the device's manual or support pages.
Release the buttons when the device powered on. You'll see an image of an Android lying on its back with its chest open and its internals revealed.
android-boot-menu.jpg
Press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys to scroll through the options until you seeRecovery mode on the screen.
recovery-mode-option.jpg
Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode. You'll soon see an Android with a red triangle.
android-recovery-mode1.jpg
Hold down the Power button and tap Volume Up. You'll see the Android system recovery menu appear at the top of your screen.
android-system-recovery-menu.jpg
Select wipe data / factory reset with the volume keys and tap the Power button to activate it.
Select Yes - erase all user data with the volume buttons and tap Power. Your device will be reset to its factory state and all your data will be erased.
android-wipe-data-factory-reset.jpg
If your device freezes at any point, hold down the Power button until it restarts.

If You Can Boot

You can reset your Android phone or tablet normally from its Settings screen. Tap the Backup & reset option on the latest versions of Android or tap Privacy if you're using Android 2.3.
android-backup-and-reset1.png
Tap the Factory data reset option and to through the reset of the steps to confirm the factory reset.
android-factory-data-reset.png
If the factory reset process doesn't fix your problems - or doesn't work at all - it's likely that there's a problem with your device's hardware. If it's still under warranty, you should have it fixed or replaced.
(There's one exception to this: If you've been flashing custom ROMs and messing with your device's low-level software, it's possible that you could have overwritten the stock recovery software. In this case, it's possible that you have a software problem and not a hardware problem.)



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1 Answer

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tested 100% working How to Factory Reset Your Android Phone or Tablet When It Won't Boot android-recovery-mode.jpg
Safe mode can help you troubleshoot your Android, but sometimes you'll need to wipe everything and restore your device to its factory state. You can even perform a factory reset when your Android phone or tablet won't boot normally.
Ensure you have any important data backed up before doing a reset. This includes your Google Authenticator credentials, which will be lost during the reset. Disable two-factor authentication on your accounts first or you'll experience some trouble afterwards.

If You Can't Boot

If safe mode doesn't help fix your device, you can perform a hard reset by booting into a special recovery mode. First, ensure your device is fully shut down.
Press and hold the correct keys to boot the device into recovery mode. This will vary from device to device. Here are some examples:
  • Nexus 7: Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Samsung Galaxy S3: Volume Up + Home + Power
  • Motorola Droid X: Home + Power
  • Devices With Camera Buttons: Volume Up + Camera
Similar devices will likely use similar key combinations. For example, the Nexus 4 also uses Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.
If your device isn't on this list and none of the above methods work, do a Google search for the name of your device and "recovery mode" - or look in the device's manual or support pages.
Release the buttons when the device powered on. You'll see an image of an Android lying on its back with its chest open and its internals revealed.
android-boot-menu.jpg
Press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys to scroll through the options until you seeRecovery mode on the screen.
recovery-mode-option.jpg
Press the Power button to restart into recovery mode. You'll soon see an Android with a red triangle.
android-recovery-mode1.jpg
Hold down the Power button and tap Volume Up. You'll see the Android system recovery menu appear at the top of your screen.
android-system-recovery-menu.jpg
Select wipe data / factory reset with the volume keys and tap the Power button to activate it.
Select Yes - erase all user data with the volume buttons and tap Power. Your device will be reset to its factory state and all your data will be erased.
android-wipe-data-factory-reset.jpg
If your device freezes at any point, hold down the Power button until it restarts.

If You Can Boot

You can reset your Android phone or tablet normally from its Settings screen. Tap the Backup & reset option on the latest versions of Android or tap Privacy if you're using Android 2.3.
android-backup-and-reset1.png
Tap the Factory data reset option and to through the reset of the steps to confirm the factory reset.
android-factory-data-reset.png
If the factory reset process doesn't fix your problems - or doesn't work at all - it's likely that there's a problem with your device's hardware. If it's still under warranty, you should have it fixed or replaced.
(There's one exception to this: If you've been flashing custom ROMs and messing with your device's low-level software, it's possible that you could have overwritten the stock recovery software. In this case, it's possible that you have a software problem and not a hardware problem.)


goodluck

Apr 20, 2014 | Samsung Cell Phones

1 Answer

Can I reset my phone


yes 1. Power the phone off.

2. Press and hold Volume Down and Power.

3. Keep holding both buttons until you see the Android logos appear on the screen.

4. Use the Volume Down button to toggle the selection and highlight Factory Reset.

5. Use the Power button to choose Factory Reset.

The HTC Inspire 4G will then complete the hard reset process. SD card data like music and photos should be preserved.
Software method

If you can boot into the device, you can use this option.

1. Tap the application slider and select the Settings app.

2. Select SD & phone storage.

3. Choose Factory data reset.

4. Select Reset phone.

5. Select Erase everything.

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