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With unit in standby, hold down the Tone control button and the Info button at the same time. While they are being pressed push the power button. The unit will turn on in service mode. Hit the BD button repeatedly until you see S3. This is the factory reset. Press the CD button repeatedly until it says Preset Reserved. Press the power key and the unit will be reset to original factory specs. Good luck to you.
You could try the reset button on the back. It's not really a visible button but a hole into which you can poke a paper clip.
Turn on the device until it gets to the pattern lock screen and
then use a paperclip to gently press the reset button in the hole in the back until you feel it click.
It should reboot but it will probably STILL require the pattern.
(Most do, only a few don't)
If it does indeed still require the pattern you'll have to go with the factory reset option which will wipe all your data and restore it to the same condition it was when it first arrived. This is drastic but there's just no way around a forgotten PIN or Pattern other than this. They do it that way to protect lost devices from having all your password protected sites like GMail etc. being accessed and taken over by somebody else.
The way to do a factory reset on an Android tablet is turn it off and then turn it back on by holding down both the power button and the volume(-) button at the same time and keep holding them for as long as 30 seconds until you see some green writing on the screen. This green writing is list of options among which you will see a Wipe Data/Factory Restore option (or similarly worded) . Use the volume(+) button to scroll to the Wipe Data Factory Restore option. Once it's selected, push the power button once to engage. On most Android devices, you will then get another screen with writing that is a list of no no no no and one line with a proceed with the reset option. Scroll to it using the volume (+) button and select it using one push of the power button. The unit should then either turn off or go to another screen where you can turn it off using the power button.
When it's off, give it several seconds and then push and hold the power button until it boots up. You will have to go through the set up routine again and update apps you want updated and add back the apps you had installed from the Google Store. You will have to again add your password for the wi-fi you are using before you may do any updates because the password will have been wiped, too.
Good Luck and I'd recommend using a PIN instead of a pattern and WRITE IT DOWN so it can't be forgotten.
P3015 printer to factory defaults you need to follow the steps listed below.
First make sure the printer is turned on.
Next push the button labeled menu.
Push the down arrow until you reach the Configure device option. Select this option.
Push the down arrow until you reach the Resets menu. Select this option.
Push the down arrow until you reach the Restore Factory Settings option.
Select this option and the printer will restore to factory defaults.
Turn the router off.
Take a Norwegian paper-clip and straighten one end.
Insert that end into the small hole in the back of the router.
Push it in until you feel resistance.
Push another 1/8 inch (3 mm) and hold it in for 30 seconds.
This should "reset" the router back to its "factory" settings,
including the "default" values for ID & password.
You may wish to try this (my model AOC g2016wa2) 1. push MENU button 2. scroll to Advanced 3. push MENU button 4. scroll to Factory recall 5. push MENU button It resets the power button locked setting but you lose all other settings.
Hubs don't have any settings to reset. If it's a router, try the "30-30-30 reset." Get a pen, and hold down the reset button 30 seconds while the router is still plugged in. While still holding down the reset button, unplug the power, hold down another 30 seconds, then plug it back in, and hold down the reset another 30 seconds. The reset button is a small black button that you'll need a pen to push.
Turn on the on screen menu by pushing the number (1) button. Go down the menu to the memory recall function and Push the number (2) button to reset all the controls to factory settings. This should return you monitor to it normal function. If this does not solve your problem, you can call Envision customer support at this telephone number. 1-888-838-6388. They should be able to help you solve the problem. I hope this information helps you with your problem.