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    Factory Reset Droid 2?

    if i factory reset my droid 2, will i have to call verizon from a different phone to activate it? or do i just call the number when i turn on the phoneand it will be done like that?
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    No, just do what it says

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    All you'll have to do is sync your google acct

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    Spaz bascically said it. If you are friendly with the Verizon store close by, and local store. Ask them to show you how to factory reset it. It's not hard but at least you know what you were doing, when you do it!
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    Your talking about a hard reset. I have the instructions to hard reset a droid 2.

    1. Turn the Droid 2 off. If it’s frozen and you cannot turn it off, pull and replace the battery.
    2. Open the keyboard and press the X key while pressing and holding Power. The device will power on. Keep holding the buttons down until a yellow triangle appers.
    3. Press the Search key on the keyboard (magnifying glass).
    4. Use the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons on the side of the phone to select the Wipe data factory reset option. Use the Camera key to confirm it.
    5. Tap*wipe data/factory reset then tap*OK.
    6. Highlight*reboot system now is highlighted then tap*OK.

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    [QUOTE=Quicksilver7714;942322]Your talking about a hard reset. I have the instructions to hard reset a droid 2.

    1. Turn the Droid 2 off. If it’s frozen and you cannot turn it off, pull and replace the battery.
    2. Open the keyboard and press the X key while pressing and holding Power. The device will power on. Keep holding the buttons down until a yellow triangle appers.
    3. Press the Search key on the keyboard (magnifying glass).
    4. Use the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons on the side of the phone to select the Wipe data factory reset option. Use the Camera key to confirm it.
    5. Tap*wipe data/factory reset then tap*OK.
    6. Highlight*reboot system now is highlighted then tap*OK.


    Cant you just use the factory reset option in the setting in the phone. It just looks like too much work to do it that way. I know that their is a factory reset on the Droid1 and the X
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    There is. You could really do it either way it just depends on how the phone is behaving.

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