Hard Reset MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G

How to factory reset MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G? How to wipe all data in MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G? How to bypass screen lock in MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G? How to restore defaults in MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G?

The following tutorial shows all method of master reset MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G. Check out how to accomplish hard reset by hardware keys and Android 4.4 KitKat settings. As a result your MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G will be as new and your Mediatek MT8382V  core will run faster.

  1. At first, you will need to switch off the device. To do this, you have to hold down the Power button until you see the Power bar, then select the Power off option. HardReset MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G
  2. Afterward, press the Volume Up key and the Power button at once and keep them to the moment the logo appears. Factory Reset MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G
  3. Next, you will have to wait for the Boot Mode menu, and, when it appears, you'll have to use the Volume Up key to navigate and the Volume Down button to select. This way, choose the Recovery Mode option.
    MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G Boot Mode Master Reset MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G
  4. At this point, you will have to wait for the Recovery Mode, and, when it appears, using the Volume keys you'll have to go to the Wipe data/Factory reset option and press the Power button to select.
    MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G Recovery Mode Wipe data on MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G
  5. The next thing you have to do, press the Power button on the Yes -- clear all user data option on the next screen. MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G Recovery Mode
  6. The last thing is restarting the tablet by clicking on the Reboot system now option.
    MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G Recovery Mode
  7. Amazing job! You've restored the Factory Settings on your MEDIACOM SmartPad 10.1" S4 3G.

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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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