Factory Restore

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by roosterbrews, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. roosterbrews

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    Sold my D1 for the Thunderbolt but need to send it in clean of all my data. Is there a way to wipe everything out without doing it piece by piece.
     
  2. jimmydene84

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    Go into settings....data.....factory reset......done

    done with thumbs
     
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    Thats easy thanks:)
     
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    Are you sure it is not: Settings-->Privacy-->Factory reset?
     
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    jstafford1 DF Super Moderator Rescue Squad

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    Its this one...

    Sent from somewhere...
     
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    Don't remember what it was on froyo....been running GB for awhile, and that's how u do it

    done with thumbs
     
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