Hard Reset UMI eMax Mini

First method:

  1. Start by turning off the phone, by using the Power button.Hard Reset UMI eMax Mini
  2. In the next step press and hold together Volume Up and Power key for a few seconds.HardReset UMI eMax Mini
  3. Release held keys when you see a UMI logo in front of you.
  4. Then use Volume buttons to select "wipe data/factory reset" and tap the Power button to confirm.Restore UMI eMax Mini
  5. Afterwards choose "yes" from the menu, and accept it with Power buttonFormat UMI eMax Mini
  6. When a Recovery Mode appears again on the screen accept option "reboot system now" using Power rocker.Factory Reset UMI eMax Mini
  7. Good job! The hard reset operation should be completed.

Second method:

  1. If the device is off, hold down the Power button to turn it back on.Hard Reset UMI eMax Mini
  2. Afterawrds from Main Menu find and select Settings.
  3. Then open the Backup and Reset folder and select Factory Data Reset.Master Reset UMI eMax Mini
  4. Tap Reset Phone and read the warning when it pops up.Wipe data UMI eMax Mini
  5. Choose Erase Everything and the phone will begin restoring.
  6. Well done! Your phone is ready to use.

Third method:

  1. At the very beginning hold down the Power rocker for a while.Hard Reset UMI eMax Mini
  2. When the menu Power Menu appears on the screen choose Reboot and tap Ok to confirm.
  3. Afterwards immediately press and hold  the Volume Down for a few seconds.Remove Screen Lock UMI eMax Mini
  4. You can release held key as soon as Factory Mode appears.
  5. In the next step use Volume Down to select "clear eMMC" and tap the Power button to confirm.Permanently delete data from UMI eMax Mini
  6. Excellent! You perform a factory reset operation and erase pattern lock protection.

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Hard Reset will erase all of your data
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.

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