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• You need to switch off your tablet
• Then press/hold power+volDOWN+home just keep pressing it
• Then it will switch on with a word start in it let go of the buttons you are holding
• You need to click on the VolDown twice so a recovery mode will appear.
• You need to click power so it will restart to recovery mode
• An android image will appear that has a red exclamation mark
• After which you need to hold down power and then press VolUP
• You need to use volume to scroll and press power to select "wipe data/factory reset"
• Then you need to scroll down again and press power to select "yes-erase all user data" This will now start your tablet to reboot Then it will switch off then switch on again.
Press the "Menu" button and tap "Settings." Touch "Applications."
Tap "Manage Applications," select the "All" tab and touch an application name.
Touch the "Clear Data" button to wipe the app's saved data. Tap "Clear Cache" to remove any cached data for the app.
Turn off your Android device. Reboot the phone or tablet into Recovery Mode. The process is specific to the device model. For the Motorola Droid, press and hold the "Power" button and the "X" key on the slideout keyboard. Release the "Power" button when the Motorola icon appears. Press the "Volume-up" and "Camera" buttons simultaneously to open the Recovery Console. To access Recovery Mode with the LG Ally, press and hold the "Power," "Home" and "Volume" buttons simultaneously.
Press the "Volume-down" button to scroll to "Wipe Data/Factory Reset." Press the "Camera" button to select it.
Scroll to and select "Wipe Cache Partition."
Highlight and select "Reboot System Now."
You can try pulling the battery then reinstall it and restart the unit. If that doesn't clear the problem go to settings, and then applications and look for UI and clear the cache and data. If that fails you can try to do a factory reset.
This probably caused by an feature called 'Face Unlock'; either uninstall or disable it. Usually this done by Settings --> Apps --> (All -->) Face Unlock --> disable / uninstall.
Or when you actually really like that feature, make sure you've updated your phone and that Face Unlock app to the latest version.
PS: What it actually means is the Android System UI component has crashed (and will automatically restarted afterwards). You might see the statusbar at the top disappear and reappear after a few seconds as well ... (symptom).
"The button to hold down is the menu button next to the home button. With it powered on hold down tthe menu and power buttons until it goes off, then release the power button and then hold it again while holding the menu button. An android with an exclamation and triangle will appear. Tap the power button and the menu for reset or updates appears. Select factory restore and follow instructions then select reboot at next screen and you`re done."
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