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A factory reset results in a full reset of an Android device to the original settings of the currently-installed ROM.

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Before proceeding, check your country's law regarding tampering IMEI. It might be illegal. However, the answer is meant to restore the IMEI back to original. The answer can work on Mediatek devices mt …
answered Apr 19 '15 by Firelord
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According to the article Reset your Nexus device to factory settings (Nexus 5 and Nexus 9 listed too) by Google, By performing a factory data reset, all data will be erased from the device. While …
answered Nov 23 '15 by Firelord
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There is some difference, but the confusion surrounding makes it near impossible to verify without a handful of devices. If you didn't have OEM Unlocking enabled and also had at least one Google ac …
answered Oct 4 '18 by Firelord
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How can I reset without needing to sign in my account to verify? Remove all of your Google accounts from Settings → Accounts before initiating a reset. That's all you need to do. Alternatively, …
answered Oct 18 '18 by Firelord
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Just do 'Factory Reset'. Well, this depends upon the recovery you're using. If you're using TWRP (assuming you've v2.8.4.x or above), choosing Factory Reset would remove everything under /data (e …
answered Apr 26 '16 by Firelord
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Can I perform a factory reset to fix this issue? If so, how? Yes, of course. Follow the tag wiki of recovery-mode to know the various key combinations. One of them would help you to boot into yo …
answered Feb 13 '16 by Firelord
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Google Authenticator in version 5.00 (as of now) permits backup, but only preferences are backed up, and the critical data (secret keys which creates those codes the user need) are not backed up at al …
answered Jan 29 '18 by Firelord
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Recoveries like TWRP and Philz Touch checks for root verification and in the scenario of you losing root after factory reset, boot into your custom recovery, attempt for a normal reboot and the recov …
answered Feb 28 '15 by Firelord
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A factory reset deletes all the userdata that has been stored by the user and apps, including your personal files in internal storage. A factory reset does not make any changes to the system and boot …
answered Aug 8 by Firelord
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The approach you are taking is not worth it for you simply because: USB debugging needs to be enabled beforehand for using any adb command on a device. Since your mother probably would have never f …
answered Sep 13 by Firelord