Hard Reset LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE

How to factory reset LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE? How to wipe all data in LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE? How to bypass screen lock in LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE? How to restore defaults in LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE?

The following tutorial shows all method of master reset LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE. Check out how to accomplish hard reset by hardware keys and Android 5.0 Lollipop settings. As a result your LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE will be as new and your Qualcomm MSM8926  core will run faster.

First method:

  1. At the very beginning hold down the Power rocker for a short while in order to turn off the cell phone. Remove Screen Lock on LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  2. Afterwards press and hold the Volume Down button for about 2-3 seconds. Wipe data on LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  3. While still holding Volume Down button press the Power key for a short while and release all buttons. Format LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  4. Then select option Recovery by using the Volume Down to navigate, and the Volume Up button to confirm. Restore LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  5. In the next step hold down the Power button for a few seconds when an Android logo appears on the screen. Remove Screen Lock on LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  6. While still holding the Power key, press and release the Volume Up button. Hard Reset LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  7. After that, press Volume Down to choose "wipe data/factory reset", and then push the Power button to confirm. Master Reset LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  8. Next, select "Yes--delete all user data". Use Volume Down button to scroll and Power button to select. Factory Reset LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  9. To restart the phone, select "reboot system now". HardReset LENOVO XT1072 Moto G 2nd Gen. LTE
  10. Success! The hard reset is done.

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