Hard Reset NOKIA 2.3
How to factory reset NOKIA 2.3? How to wipe all data in NOKIA 2.3? How to bypass screen lock in NOKIA 2.3? How to restore defaults in NOKIA 2.3?
The following tutorial shows all method of master reset NOKIA 2.3. Check out how to accomplish hard reset by hardware keys and Android 9.0 Pie settings. As a result your NOKIA 2.3 will be as new and your MediaTek Helio A22 (MT6761) core will run faster.
Necessary Tools and Drivers:
- NOKIA Smartphone Drivers with Android OS.
- Android Fastboot & mini ADB Drivers.
- Computer with Windows 7/8/10 OS and USB cable for NOKIA 2.3.
- TFM Tool Pro.7z file.
Hard Reset tutorial for NOKIA 2.3:
- At the start of the process, download and install NOKIA 2.3 Drivers.
- Next, install Android Fastboot & mini ADB Drivers.
- Turn off antivirus software that got on a computer or add the TFM Tool Pro file/directory to extension list (without this, software will not work correctly).
- Then, download and unpack the TFM Tool Pro.7z file.
- Open the unpacked TFM Tool Pro directory and turn on the TFM V2.0.0.Loader.exe file.
- Choose an ADB And Fastboot tab, then select the Fastboot tab.
- Turn NOKIA 2.3 in the Fastboot mode.
- Connect the NOKIA device to the computer by using the USB cable and wait 1-2 minutes to complete the drivers installation.
- Use a Reboot to recovery mode button and wait until, on the NOKIA 2.3's screen, shows up the No command information.
- Disconnect the USB cable from NOKIA device, next press the Power button and the Volume Up button at the same time to skip the Android robot picture.
- All right, here is the Recovery mode menu.
- By using the Volume rocker, choose a Wipe data/factory reset option and confirm by press the Power button.
- In this step, use the Factory data reset position to confirm the procedure.
- Finally, when the operation will be completed, select the Reboot system now to enable the mobile device back.
- Perfect! The Hard reset is done successfully.
Hard Reset (NOKIA 2.3)
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Hard Reset will erase all of your data.
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.