Posts Tagged ‘hard reset XIAOMI’

hard reset xiaomi mi a2 / xiaomi mi 6x

How to Easily Master Format XIAOMI MI A2 (MI 6X) with Safety Hard Reset?

Tips and tricks to fix XIAOMI MI A2 (MI 6X) problems. 5.99 inches LCD screen smartphone which have 18:9 aspect ratio. As we know that MI A1 already give good impression […]

hard reset xiaomi mi mix 2s

How to Easily Master Format XIAOMI MI MIX 2S with Safety Hard Reset?

Tips and tricks to fix XIAOMI MI MIX 2S problems. Full screen smartphone become more popular after Apple release iPhone X. XIAOMI MI MIX 2S also design with border less screen which […]

hard reset xiaomi redmi note 5 pro

How to Easily Master Format XIAOMI REDMI NOTE 5 PRO with Safety Hard Reset?

Tips and tricks to fix XIAOMI REDMI NOTE 5 PRO problems. This is almost 6 inches LCD screen smartphone from Xiaomi, the exact size LCD of specifications is 5.99″ with Full […]

hard reset xiaomi redmi 5 plus

How to Easily Master Format XIAOMI REDMI 5 PLUS or XIAOMI REDMI NOTE 5 with Safety Hard Reset?

Tips and tricks to fix XIAOMI REDMI NOTE 5 or XIAOMI REDMI 5 PLUS problems. This is more pro spec if compare with XIAOMI REDMI 5 without PLUS. The screen is also […]

hard reset xiaomi redmi 5

How to Easily Master Format XIAOMI REDMI 5 with Safety Hard Reset?

Tips and tricks to fix XIAOMI REDMI 5 problems. The first operating system that ship together with XIAOMI REDMI 5 is Android Nougat 7.1.2. The LCD screen size is 5.7 inches but […]

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):


Is Hard Reset Same Meaning With Reformat ?

Mostly yes it is, because hard reset mean to restore all setting and operating system to factory default. Usually there are some steps to hard reset. For some smartphone, hard reset can be process with menu Setting or using hardware button combination key or using computer with specific applications using data cable.

Can I Perform Hard Reset When Battery Empty ?

No, we can not do that. It is very important for most gadgets to make sure the battery is not empty or we suggest minimum have 50% capacity (full is better), because doing hard reset or reformat will flash the operating system file source to internal memory or storage, if the power fail while flashing, then usually our device will corrupt and can not use normally anymore.