Instead of reset settings, i accidentally selected the master reset option, and my K800i was "reformatted"..
My question is, is there any way that it can be reverted back to the state before it was "reformatted". My phonebook, calendar entries, task, notes and code memo was all deleted and I have no back-up of these data.
Anybody.. please help me.. please, please, please
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The master reset will effectively restore your phone back to the factory condition, inclusive of all settings. Be warned, any data that you have not backed up, photos you have not transferred, calendar settings, or messages you have not saved will be lost! Make sure you do this first, if possible!
Here is how you perform a Master Reset on the Motorola RAZR V3: 1. Open your phone up and go to "Settings" 2. Next go to the selection for "Initial Setup" 3. Next go to the selection for "Master Clear" 4. Then select to confirm the option. 5. Now enter the security code which should be "000000" 6. Finally press select or ok and the phone will reset itself to the factory condition
Congratulation you have performed a "hard reset", "hard reboot", or "master reset" on your Motorola V3 RAZR and it should return to normal operating mode!
You have the option of using Master Reset or Master Clear to reset settings, and remove information. Master Reset resets all settings on device to factory default. Master Clear resets all settings to factory default, plus clears all data from the device including: PIM data, Call History, Settings, etc. To perform a Master Reset or Master Clear:
Scroll to and select SystemTools.
Scroll to and select either MasterReset or MasterClear.