Gionee is always known for the midrange devices and recently launched a new smartphone i.e., F103 which comes powered by MediaTek MTK6735 Quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. It comes with 2GB RAM and 16 GB as its internal storage. If you are using the device and would like to upgrade to the Gionee’s latest flagship device i.e., the Marathon M5 then always remember to factory reset your device before you give it to others. There are two ways in which you can a factory reset you F103 i.e., the Soft Reset & the Hard Reset.
With soft reset you would be technically restarted the device, it may be your smartphone or tablet. This action would close any running applications as well as would clear any data stored in RAM, i.e. the cached memory. Although, do make a note that it won’t remove any data stored on the hard drive, as well as no settings or applications would be affected in terms of data loss. You can follow the below mentioned steps to soft reset your device.
The device reboots and clear the complete data on your smartphone and boots as if you have booted the device for the first time.
Talking about the hard reset or hardware rest as many don’t know is a hardware operation and thus the name, hardware reset. What this operation does is that it would re-initialize the hardware components of the system. Doing so, it would end all the software operations performed on the system. It means any settings you have changed while the course of using the device would be wiped clean. The hard reset is followed by the booting of the system into the firmware. It would re-initialize the rest of the system and inlay restart the operating system. You can follow the below mentioned steps to Hard Reset your F103.
The data on the device is wiped and it will reboot as if you are booting the device for the first time.
Note: Always remeber to create the back up to the data on your device as Factory reset is not a reversible process and hence data cannot be retrived back on your device. And before you factory make sure that your device is charged atleast upto 30% as sometimes it may take while you reset your device.
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