Skip to content
Home » HOW TO PERFEO 9706-IPS HARD RESET AND FACTORY RESET

HOW TO PERFEO 9706-IPS HARD RESET AND FACTORY RESET

Tips and tricks on how to perform reset on PERFEO 9706-IPS to its default settings and appear as new.This might due to urgency of reselling the phone ,making a give away to someone else or even as a way of privacy in such a way you don’t want your data to be accessed

Why you will need to do this

  • You want to Erase All Data From PERFEO 9706-IPS ,
  • Forgotten Security Screen Lock Code,
  • Forgotten Security Password,
  • Forgotten Pattern Lock, Forgotten User Code,
  • Forgotten Phone Lock,
  • If your phone encountered a software error,
  • If Your Phone works much slower than when it was new

Please note that all device data will be erased by performing this reset,all signed google accounts, whatsap accounts and app preferences are reset.Wait till reboot and all apps are optimized.

The Hard Reset works similarly to factory reset. Here you will learn the easiest way to perform a hard reset operation in PERFEO 9706-IPS.Find out the way to remove all personal data, customized settings and installed apps from PERFEO 9706-IPS.

As a result your Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will run faster, you will be able to use the entire 16000.0 MB storage and Li-Polymer 8000.0 mAh battery will work longer. Let’s restore defaults in PERFEO 9706-IPS and enjoy using your phone as it comes from the manufacturer.

STEP 1

Long press down the Power rocker for a short while in order to turn on the device.

STEP 2

Navigate to Menu and find and select Settings.

 

STEP 3

Choose Backup & Reset and tap Factory data reset.

 

STEP 4

Choose Reset device and select Erase everything to confirm the whole operation.

 

CONGRATULATIONS! You have performed a hard reset successfully!

You can see all accounts highlighted shall be deleted, so please have a backup of your data including, WhatsApp, visit, Gmail, emails, Facebook, messager, and others

Please note that you can remove your google account first to avoid FRP bypass if you don’t remember your password