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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.
you boot up to the log in screen type in administrator as user to log
in if you cant log in
the boot up process you will see on the screen for a short amount of time press
a certain keyto enter set up press and
hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS scroll down to set user
password or supervisor password you can change or remove your password from
there hope this helps
I never heard of holding the 0 key, but have you tried hitting F10 or F12? Normally when you first boot the computer you will see down in the bottom of the screen or on the top corner to press a certain key for system recovery and a certain key for entering setup, etc. It will probably be one of the function keys like F10 or F12, but I believe I have used F2 on a few. Easiest way is to check what your computer says when you first boot it.
Hi there, Switch the TV to an RF input (like channel 3), preferably with a signal so the OSD is readable. Service mode will *usually* come up with other inputs as well, but an RF feed is a sure thing. After you're in service mode, you can try the Input button to see if the OSD is available on other inputs. I have found some options are off the screen in certain modes on certain sets and I must use other inputs.
With the TV off,
Press and hold the Input button on the front of the set, then simultaneously press and hold the power button. Continue this for 2 to 5 seconds then release both buttons. It's easy to hold the buttons too long or too short a time, which will cause the menu to not appear. Shut the set off and try it again.
You wouldn't believe how common that is. If you can see part of the underwire, unplug the machine first! Then, try to pull it out through the holes in the rear of the drum with needle nose pliers or vise grips. I can't stress enough the need to unplug the dryer first. On certain brands the heater is right behind the rear panel and depending on certain circumstances there could be 120-240 volts to the heater even though it is not hot and the underwire could either be shorted already or will short when you try to pull it out.