In this guide, you will learn How to perform Hard HTC U11. It is a very simple easy way to fix some issue on any devices.This guide is applicable to most of the new generation devices. hard reset HTC U 11
We spend most of our time with our smartphones.Sometimes we install some badly coded for which our devices act unusually.If are experiencing Performance or Stability problems with your HTC U11 smartphone, then it’s time to do a soft rest.If you want to restore your device to factory settings then you have to do a hard reset.Don’t worry we will be sharing step by step guide to Safely Hard & Soft Reset HTC U11. hard reset HTC U 11
But remember, the soft reset process will not delete data from your phone but a hard reset will delete everything like messages, call logs, apps, and games.So we highly recommend to backup your important data before doing a hard reset.
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- Follow the below Guide Exactly, or else it may lead to brick your device. RootMyGalaxy.net is not responsible for any damage.
- We recommend to take complete backup and proceed.
- Maintain 50-60% battery to prevent sudden shutdown between the process.
Steps to Hard Reset HTC U11
- Switch off your Device
- Now, Press Volume down + Power buttons together until you see anything mode.
- Using Volume up and down keys and select recovery mode with power button.
- Now press Volume up and power button together to enter into recovery mode.
- Using Volume down for navigation and select wipe data/factory reset with power button.
- Now, use volume down btton and select userdata + personilized conent with power button.
- Wait for few seconds to complete the process.
- Now, Reboot your device by pressing power button.
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