Infocus has launched a new smartphone, i.e., Infocus M680 that comes powered by MediaTek Mt6735 processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. The device packs 13MP rear and front camera with Auto Focus feature. It is specially designed for capturing the selfies. If you get bored of the device and would like to switch to any other device, or else you feel like you are device is getting slow due to the junk of applications installed on your device then always remember to factory reset your device. As factory reset will clear the data from your device and your device will become fresh for use again.
Before you reset your device i recommend you to check the review and Tips & Ticks of the device so that you can solve the issue related to your device. There are two ways in which you can factory reset your smartphone, i.e., the soft reset and hard reset. But the M680 doesn’t support the Hard Reset, so you can follow the below-mentioned steps to soft reset your device.
- Step 1: Open the settings from the app drawer and click on Backup & Reset in the Personal section.
- Step 2: In the new window, you will find all the factory data reset options, now click on Factory Data Reset.
- Step 3: A message stating the details of the data that would be deleted is displayed on the screen with account details. Now click on Rest Phone button that is at the bottom of the screen.
- Step 4: A final confirmation message is displayed stating “You cannot reverse this action”. Now, click on Erase Everything.
The device boots and erasing data is displayed on the screen. Once the data is cleared the device reboots as if you are booting the device for the first time. You need to setup the device from the starting once you are done with the reset.
Before you reset your device, always remember to backup the data available on the device because the data cannot be retrieved back once you are done with the factory reset and make sure that you have sufficient battery (30%) on your device.
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