How To Hard Reset OBI Wolverine S501 Smartphone

OBI Wolverine S501 Smartphone This tutorial takes you through the entire step by step guide, procedures and process on how to hard reset the OBI Wolverine S501 Android Smartphone. If you have been wondering on what to do in order to reach the above, taking a few of your minutes and reading this simple but helpful post will not only help you learn how but too save you the costs you may have incurred by other specialists who would have done this bit of course after being paid.

Performing a OBI Wolverine S501 Smartphone hard reset is something very simple and easy just like many of other similar devices out there including the M-Horses Butterfly, iTel, Tecno, Samsung, Q3 and any other you may know. What is important here is following the right procedures and the right steps as its the only way to perform the resetting.

Leave alone the computer help or flashing option, and the factory reset option, this is a self help which turns the device to look like the very first time it was manufactured or when you bought it. And please note that if you skip backing up all of your date, you stand chances of loosing it all without any recovery option.

Before you get started with hard resetting your [[[OBI Wolverine S501 Smartphone]]], it is very important to ensure that you back up all of your important data to be on a safer side. This option will help eliminate all possible errors your device may have been suffering from and instantly, you will have a fresh new device.

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1. Begin by turning off your device. You can remove the battery for some 30 seconds and return it.
2. Press the Volume + and Power key at once and wait for the phone to start.
3. Release the power key and continue holding the Volume + until the Android logo appears.
4. Now use Vol + and Vol – to navigate and select the Wipe data and reset option.
5. Use Volume + to Select and or Power key. Select All and continue

Confirm and wait for the phone to erase all date and select the reboot now option to start your device. In some cases, you might use the Volume – key to select and or choose eMMC option to erase everything..

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