跳转到主内容

修复你的物品

维修的权力

商店

帮助

当前版本: jayeff ,

文本:

Hi @middlestooge ,
 
If by reset, do you mean that you want to restore the tablet to its factory default condition or just get the tablet to turn on?
 
''If you want to try and get it to turn on'', insert a straightened out paperclip into the reset hole on the back of the tablet to operate the reset button, hold it for about 5 seconds then remove. The tablet should turn on if everything is OK.
 
Here’s an image to show where it is located.
 
[image|2135886]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
 
''If you wish to reset it back to its’ factory default condition'':
 
If you can access the tablet go to ''Settings > Backup and reset'' and follow the prompts to factory restore the tablet.
 
''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore to its’ factory default condition. It will be like when you first got it. If necessary perform a backup first.''
 
If the tablet has a Google account linked to it, either remove it first from the tablet (Go to ''Settings > Accounts'') or you will need to remember the Google User ID and password for the tablet to gain access once the tablet has been restored.
 
''If you can’t access the tablet'' try a factory restore using the hardware keys. I can’t find the exact procedure for your model so try the generic Android hard reset procedure.
 
Press and hold the Power button + the Vol. Up button (both together) until the Android recovery menu appears.
 
If the menu appears, release the buttons and then use the Volume buttons to navigate through the menu to find ''wipe data / factory restore'' option. Press the Power button to select and then follow the prompts. Use the Volume buttons to navigate and the power button to select
If the menu appears, release the buttons and then use the Volume buttons to navigate through the menu to find ''wipe data / factory restore'' option. Press the Power button to select and then follow the prompts. Use the Volume buttons to navigate and the power button to select
 
If the recovery menu doesn’t appear try holding the Power button + Vol. Down button and check. If still no good try all 3 buttons together and check.
 
If the tablet has a Google account linked to it you will need to know the user id and password to gain access after it has been restored this way as well.

状态:

open

原帖由: jayeff ,

文本:

Hi @middlestooge ,

If by reset, do you mean that you want to restore the tablet to its factory default condition or just get the tablet to turn on?

''If you want to try and get it to turn on'', insert a straightened out paperclip into the reset hole on the back of the tablet to operate the reset button, hold it for about 5 seconds then remove. The tablet should turn on if everything is OK.

Here’s an image to show where it is located.

[image|2135886]

(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

''If you wish to reset it back to its’ factory default condition'':

If you can access the tablet go to ''Settings > Backup and reset'' and follow the prompts to factory restore the tablet.

''Be aware that a factory restore will erase all your data and downloaded apps. It will restore to its’ factory default condition. It will be like when you first got it. If necessary perform a backup first.''

If the tablet has a Google account linked to it, either remove it first from the tablet (Go to ''Settings > Accounts'') or you will need to remember the Google User ID and password for the tablet to gain access once the tablet has been restored.

''If you can’t access the tablet'' try a factory restore using the hardware keys. I can’t find the exact procedure for your model so try the generic Android hard reset procedure.

Press and hold the Power button + the Vol. Up button (both together) until the Android recovery menu appears.

If the menu appears, release the buttons and then use the Volume buttons to navigate through the menu to find ''wipe data / factory restore'' option. Press the Power button to select and then follow the prompts. Use the Volume buttons to navigate and the power button to select

If the recovery menu doesn’t appear try holding the Power button + Vol. Down button and check. If still no good try all 3 buttons together and check.

If the tablet has a Google account linked to it you will need to know the user id and password to gain access after it has been restored this way as well.

状态:

open