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Jun 18, 2014, 12:28:43 PM via Website
Jun 18, 2014 12:28:43 PM via Website
Here is a guide for performing a hard reset on the Google Nexus 10
A hard reset is a good way to fix some software related problems. This should however be one of your last resorts, there are often less intense methods to fix many of your Android problems. Try turning your phone off for a while and then restart it, or take the battery out. Sometimes the easiest solutions are the best.
Before attempting a hard reset, ensure that you have backed up all of your data beforehand. There are a number of good apps that can do this, such as Titanium Backup, Carbon Backup and Helium.
Alternatively you can use the back up and restore app ready installed on your handset, like this:
Open your device's Settings menu.
Under "Personal," touch Backup & reset.
Check the box next to "Back up my data."
If you don't already have a backup account on your device, you can touch Backup account to add one.
To hard reset your Google Nexus 10
Go to Settings > Backup & reset.
Touch Factory data reset.
Touch Reset phone or Reset tablet. (If your device is password protected, you'll be prompted to enter your Pattern, PIN, or Password.)
Touch Erase everything to confirm.
If your tablet is on, turn it off.
Press & hold the Power, Volume Up, and Volume Down buttons at the same time for several seconds. You'll see the word "Start" with an arrow drawn around it.
Press the Volume Down button twice to highlight Recovery mode.
Press the Power button to start Recovery mode. You'll see an image of an Android robot with a red exclamation point and the words "No command."
While holding down the Power button, press the Volume Up button.
Use the volume buttons to scroll to "Wipe data/factory reset," then press the Power button to select it.
Scroll down to "Yes - erase all user data," then press the Power button to select it.
Let us know if you have any problems
— modified on Jun 23, 2014, 4:40:20 PM