Oppo‘s new smartphone, i.e., the Oppo F1 comes powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 SoC Octa-Core processor clocked at 1.7 GHz coupled with Adreno 405 GPU. It comes with 3 GB RAM and 16 GB as its internal storage and can be expanded to 128 GB using an external Micro SD Card. The device sports a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash and 8 MP Selfie shooter. If you are using the device and would like to switch to any of the latest device launched by the smartphone brand, then always remember to factory reset your device before you give the device for others to use. Factory resetting of the device can be done in two ways, i.e, the Soft Reset & Hard Reset. Before you reset your device you can check the tips and tricks of your smartphone which we have covered earlier on PhoneRadar, maybe you can find the solution there instead of a Reset.
Soft Reset or the normal reboot of the device are one and the same as it just the regular restart of the device, where your need to power off your device and switch it on so that all the applications are closed and the device will become fresh for use. This process is done when you get stuck in any application and would like to come out of that window.
This is an ideal reset of your smartphone where the data is permanently deleted from your device and cannot be retrieved back. To Hard Reset your device, you can follow the steps mentioned below.
When you tap on the confirm button the device reboots and enters the Wipe & Cache window where the data is completely wiped from your device. Once the Data is cleared device is restored to normal, and it boots as if you are booting the device for the first time.