Is your Android device slow, freezing, not responsive, or you don’t remember the device’s screen lock pattern and password? Would you like to prepare your device for selling and you want to wipe out all personal data in your device? The hard reset is a solution to all the above issues.
Remember that a reset is permanent and cannot be undone. It is a good idea to make sure that you have any important data backed up before doing a reset. This includes your Google Accounts credentials, which will be lost during the reset. The master reset will also erase all personal data (photos, video, documents), customized settings and installed apps.
The second method differs depending on the phone’s manufacturer. Generally speaking, this method allows you to accomplish the hard reset even with activated screen lock protection (pattern, password, fingerprint and other). All you need to do is enter the secret mode (Recovery Mode or Factory Mode) and choose the factory reset operation. The most popular method:
By Sebastian on Oct 24, 2017
Why your smartphone doesn't allow you to install some applications from the Internet? Have you been wondering if you can do something about it? And if so, is that safe for your mobile device? Learn more on this topic in the following article!
In the following article, you would learn something about the App Preferences on your smartphone, how to reset them and most importantly, why should you care about this? This operation can help you manage with the most common app issues which touch many of the Android users. Take a look and check out our YouTube tutorials as well!
Here you will find all answer how install Fortnite Game on phone with Android OS on board. We test everything and all is simple and work without any problems. Everything can download from official page and is without any virus or malware.
The list of Fortnite supported phones will give you an exact answer if you can play this game on your device. Let's find out the minimal specification required to play Fortnite. Our list is valid on November 2018 so any device released after this date and compatible with minimum specification should work too.