• Recent Questions
  • Popular Questions

How to reset android tablet?

My android tablet has been malfunctioning and i saw somewhere that u have to do a factory data reset. How do i do that? I dont cae about losing stuff from my tablet. Ok thx

Incoming search terms:

  • How to Reset Android Tablet
  • how to reset RCA tablet
  • how to reset a rca tablet
  • factory reset rca tablet
  • rca tablet reset button
  • Hard Reset Rca Tablet
  • how to factory reset rca tablet
  • RCATABLET COM
  • rca tablet reboot
  • how to do a hard reset on a rca tablet

    Matthew
    Posted 1 year ago

    Each tablet is different. my Samsung i power down. upplug it. and then hold in the power button and the volume down button, once it starts to boot i release the power button and continue to hold the volume down button, that boots it into recovery mode. then i delete the cache partition and then select wipe data/ factory reset. only takes a few seconds. then i select reboot. plug it back in and once it boots your back to the initial setup prompt. all android tablets pretty much work this way. but the buttons that you hold down to get to this recovery mode is different from one tablet to the next. you would have to google what buttons to push on your particular tablet. but its pretty easy to do once you know what to push. there is a reset option in the settings menu. but this dose not clear the Cache partition. sometimes when a tablet is acting funny clearing the cache partition is all you need to do to fix it. a full reset may not even be necessary. so i would start with clearing the cache partition first. if it still acts up then go ahead and do the full reset.

      Edwin
      Posted 1 year ago

      Settings>’Personal’>Backup and reset>’Personal data’>Factory data reset.

    2 comments on “How to reset android tablet?

    1. Matthew on said:

      Each tablet is different. my Samsung i power down. upplug it. and then hold in the power button and the volume down button, once it starts to boot i release the power button and continue to hold the volume down button, that boots it into recovery mode. then i delete the cache partition and then select wipe data/ factory reset. only takes a few seconds. then i select reboot. plug it back in and once it boots your back to the initial setup prompt. all android tablets pretty much work this way. but the buttons that you hold down to get to this recovery mode is different from one tablet to the next. you would have to google what buttons to push on your particular tablet. but its pretty easy to do once you know what to push. there is a reset option in the settings menu. but this dose not clear the Cache partition. sometimes when a tablet is acting funny clearing the cache partition is all you need to do to fix it. a full reset may not even be necessary. so i would start with clearing the cache partition first. if it still acts up then go ahead and do the full reset.

    2. Edwin on said:

      Settings>’Personal’>Backup and reset>’Personal data’>Factory data reset.

    Leave a Reply

    Other Questions