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Don't have a computer other than my 10.1 Infinity V2 tablet by Android and I'm completely locked out. I forgot my front screen password can I Fix-It from my Android phone. it is in safe mode.


In the case of password lockouts or freezing, doing a hard reset on your android device could help you get back to the factory defaults. First you need to make sure your tablet is powered off. Hold down on the Volume + button and hold down the Power button at the same time. As soon as the tablet's screen turns on let go of the Power button but keep the Volume + button held down until you see a large Android in the center of the screen. At this point you will see a screen with boot options. Use the Volume - button to go down to Wipe Data Factory Reset and tap the Power button to select this option. On the next screen use the Volume - button again to go down to Yes and use the Power button to select. At this point it will be going through the wiping and resetting process. When it's done you will see the first screen you came to when you first started the setup. Just tap the Power button to select Reboot System Now.

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In the case of password lockouts or freezing, doing a hard reset on your android device could help you get back to the factory defaults. First you need to make sure your tablet is powered off.
  • Hold down on the Volume + button and hold down the Power button at the same time.
  • As soon as the tablet's screen turns on let go of the Power button but keep the Volume + button held down until you see a large Android in the center of the screen.
  • At this point you will see a screen with boot options.
  • Use the Volume - button to go down to Wipe Data Factory Reset and tap the Power button to select this option.
  • On the next screen use the Volume - button again to go down to Yes and use the Power button to select.
  • At this point it will be going through the wiping and resetting process.
  • When it's done you will see the first screen you came to when you first started the setup.
  • Just tap the Power button to select Reboot System Now.
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Now to reset?


In the case of password lockouts or freezing, doing a hard reset on your android device could help you get back to the factory defaults.
First you need to make sure your tablet is powered off.
Hold down on the Volume + button and hold down the Power button at the same time.
As soon as the tablet's screen turns on, let go of the Power button but keep the Volume + button held down until you see a large Android in the center of the screen.
At this point you will see a screen with boot options.
Use the Volume - button to go down to Wipe Data Factory Reset and tap the Power button to select this option.
On the next screen use the Volume - button again to go down to Yes and use the Power button to select.
At this point it will be going through the wiping and resetting process.
When it's done you will see the first screen you came to when you first started the setup.
Just tap the Power button to select Reboot System Now.

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How do I turn on my rca tablet I tried everything I put on the charger , I keep my hand on the power botton it still wont turn on please help me


You need to do a factory reset, follow these instructions:

Step 1. With your tablet turned off, press and hold the volume up (+) button. While holding the volume up (+) button, press the tablet's power button until you see the RCA logo with Nipper and Chipper on the screen. After a few seconds, the screen will change and you will see the Android bot on his back with a caution symbol above him.

Step 2. Now you are going to press and hold the tablet's power button, and without releasing the power button press down on the volume up (+) button. You should then see the screen below.

Step 3. Use the tablet's volume up (+) and down (+) keys to navigate to and select the "wipe data/factory reset" option. To select this option, press the power button.

Step 4. The tablet is going to ask you to confirm your selection. Use the tablet's volume up (+) and down (-) keys to navigate to and select "Yes - delete all user data." Once again, use the power button to select this option.

Step 5. At the bottom of the next screen, you will see "Data wipe complete." Press the power button to restart the system.

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try this one ^_6

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.)


note all data will be deleted

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Try holding volume Up and volume down together then the power button----hold all three until vibration starts.......that should get you to a factory reset.

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