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Re: motokrzk k1 master reset button
right then first things first, before performing the master reset make sure that all of your important phone numbers are backed up onto your sim card before you proceed with the master reset. All of your videos, sms messages, and pictures/ sounds should be backed up before you master reset the phone too.
Once you have backed up all of your imortant items from your phone, you should just be able to go into the master reset option within the phones' settings, this should be found within the general menu, and you can get to this by following your user manual.(further info provided below). Now as default (if your phone is yours from new) your master reset should be set to 0000 and you enter thisd from command prompt, if your reset is not 0000, then your password will definitely likely to be 1234, and as mentioned, you enter this when prompted to withn the phones reset menu.
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Please remember after you finish all of this, you NEED to reboot your phone for everything to take effect. And only do this with a K1m, not a K1.
Master reset/clear is not in testmode on K1m. You need to either use software such as radiocomm etc or you can do it from opcode screen.
Perform at your own risk!!! This will delete everything (contacts, pics, etc...), not just contacts!
Goto opcode screen: Enter: CLR, 0, 4, 8, 2, 6, 3, * (Note: Must be done quickly.)
From the opcode screen: Enter 18* and click center radial button on phone. Then enter 0 and click on center radial button. -wait and it will say success after a short time. Enter 18* and click center radial button on phone. Then enter 1 and click on center radial button. -wait and it will say success after a short time.
Exit out. Contacts, Pix & Flix, Called #’s, etc should all be deleted…
Note: 18* enter, 0 enter – does master reset. 18* enter, 1 enter – does master clear.
WARNING: There are other #’s that can be entered…but I think you can really BREAK/BRICK your phone in there quite easily…
Performing master reset/clear using software like radiocomm is proven and works well, but if you do not have the software and want to wipe phone before selling, returning, etc… then…
hey thats right, if you will ask motorola with it you cannot master reset your phone without knowing your code, so i may sudgest that you bring your phone in a celphone shop, the one that selling applications for celphones, or on your network provider.
I had the same problem on my K1, and I fix it like this: - Insert a new SIM card into your phone (borrow it from someone you know) - Start the phone. - Type in some number then ring it (press on green button) - Now when you press green button the phone should show recent calls - Switch off phone, insert your sim card, switch on, press green call button - The recent calls will be empty but there
There is a master reset but that is on the phone and if you can't get the phone to do anything this seems pretty useless! However the master reset can be found by going to the settings menu, initial setup and if you scroll down the master reset option can be found there.