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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To reset you tablet manually. you have to
1)switch of your tablet
2)hold volume down button and power button at the same time.
3)wait for 10 sec and you will enter into boot menu.
4)there in the boot menu you will find option named Reset factory default settings/reset user data. select that option
5) wait for resetting......
6)cheers your done.
Posted on Mar 01, 2014
It sounds like you've done most of the things you would reasonably be expected to do to make it function; since it is only 2 months old I would strongly urge you to go back to the retailer and make them replace it or refund you, as your rights in most countries/states allow.
If you're set against doing this, try holding down the power and volume down key for at least ten seconds to see if this boots it into hard reset mode. If this doesn't do anything, try again holding down power with each of the other buttons to see if you can activate any other developer/reset modes.
However, I have read reports that this particular tablet has up to a 40% failure rate in its first six months.
If you can possibly get it refunded, do that and buy something else.
Posted on Jan 02, 2015
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