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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
factory reset true Recovery mode
vol+/- homebutton last power key
realease home key and - vol when boot
in recovery mode select "FACTORY RESET" enter
"ERASE CACHE" enter
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
While it's turned off you hold the volume up and power buttons. Then when the android appears release the buttons. Hold the power button and press volume up. Navigate with the volume keys and select factory data reset. Hopefully this isn't the method you'd already tried.
Posted on Sep 15, 2014
no we are not mind readers or magicians
Posted on Mar 20, 2015
You must then do a factory reset using the Power and Volume
Here is a good link that tells and shows how to do it:
The model number is not the same but it should work anyhow.
There is a typo in Step 1, however so do this instead:
With the tablet turned OFF (not sleep but OFF) press and hold down at the same time both the Volume(-) button and the Power button. Continue to hold both of them down until you get a screen with the Android Robot, and or green text. That should set you up to follow the instructions.
Posted on Jun 02, 2015
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