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Tips: how to hard reset Motorola Droid RAZR

Posted in: Android,Droid RAZR,Top questionsNovember 13, 2011
Tips: how to hard reset Motorola Droid RAZR

Tips: how to hard reset Motorola Droid RAZR


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If your Motorola Droid RAZR smartphone doesn’t work so smart or these apps you’ve downloaded and installed do not run so properly, you should look for some solutions to fix it. Sometimes, you might use the Factory Data Reset to reset your Motorola Droid RAZR smartphone to factory setting. We are here to provide the steps that let your know how to hard reset your Motorola Droid RAZR smartphone using this Factory Data Reset tool.

Factory Data Reset

  • From the screen of your phone, press the Menu button
  • Tap Settings.
  • Scroll down and tap Privacy
  • Tap Factory Data Reset
  • Check Erase internal storage if you would like to erase all the data on the phone internal storage such as applications, music, movies or photos.
  • Tap Reset Phone
Ok, before you start to hard reset your device, you should backup these important data in case of unwanted loss. These data stored into your SDcard won’t be deleted.
Now you can consult with your user manual to setup.
As well, you have another way to get your device reset if your Droid RAZR smartphone has been badly damaged so that you can not reset it using the Factory Data Reset tool, we will show it later for you.
For more tips, supports and solutions concerning your Motorola Droid RAZR smartphone, read these following related posts.

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  • My Razr M won’t connect to the internet through my home Uverse wifi. It did work until my recent upgrade to Android 4.4.2. My laptop hooks up with no problem as does my wife’s laptop and iphone. The phone gets connectivity to the wifi but not the internet. It will connect using the data plan.

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