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    Format/Hard Reset Phone On Boot Up

    It's always a good idea to do a format once every few month or even when you first get your new S60 device.










    There is two ways to do a hard format to the device memory:

    1). Once the device is powered on and at the home screen type *#7370# and then enter your security code (Default code is 12345) and then your device will restart and reset.

    2). To do a hard reset on S60v1/v2/v3 devices follow this step
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    * For Nokia 5230, 5530 & 5800, follow the step below
    - Hold the green and red call keys, the camera capture key and then the power key, hold them untill the device boots up and asks for country etc.
    Format/Hard Reset Phone On Boot Up-nokia5800xpressmusic8.jpg
    NOTE:
    If you own a Nokia N97 then the second option is:
    - Hold the left shift key, the spacebar and the back key then the power key, hold them until the device asks for the country etc.
    Format/Hard Reset Phone On Boot Up-post150199125384523383.jpg
    If your device fails to boot up or gives a contact the retailer message then a hard format on boot will usually sort the problem.


    NOTE:
    Doing a hard reset will DELETE all user data on the device memory, including contacts, calendar entries and any apps etc you have installed to C: drive, your mass memory/memory card will remain unaffected so any data will still be there, however you may have to reinstall some apps even if they are installed to mass memory or memory card. Make sure that you back up everything to an mmc card if possible & that the battery is fully charged because if not the phone might off and get damaged!!!

    List of Nokia devices on next post!

    S60v3 OS9.1 Pre-FP1 devices:
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    Nokia N77
    Nokia E61i
    Nokia E65
    Nokia N93i
    Nokia N91
    Nokia N91 8GB
    Nokia E62
    Nokia E50
    Nokia 5500
    Nokia N93
    Nokia N73
    Nokia N80
    Nokia N71
    Nokia N92
    Nokia E70
    Nokia E60
    Nokia E61
    Nokia 3250


    S60v3 OS9.2 FP1 devices:
    ---------------
    Nokia 6124 classic
    Nokia N82
    Nokia N95-3 NAM
    Nokia E51
    Nokia N95 8GB
    Nokia N81
    Nokia N81 8GB
    Nokia 6121 classic
    Nokia 6120 classic
    Nokia 5700 XpressMusic
    Nokia 6110 Navigator
    Nokia E90 Communicator
    Nokia N76
    Nokia 6290
    Nokia N95
    Samsung G810

    S60v3 OS9.3 FP2 devices
    -------------
    Nokia 5320 XpressMusic
    Nokia 5730 XpressMusic
    Nokia 6790 Surge
    Nokia E52
    Nokia E55
    Nokia E63
    Nokia E66
    Nokia E71
    Nokia E72
    Nokia E75
    Nokia E77
    Nokia N78
    Nokia N79
    Nokia N85
    Nokia N86 8MP
    Nokia N96
    Nokia 6210 Navigator
    Nokia 6220 classic
    Samsung i8510 INNOV8


    S60v5 OS9.4 FP3 devices
    -------------
    Nokia 5230
    Nokia 5530 XpressMusic
    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
    Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition
    Nokia N97
    Nokia N97 Mini
    Nokia X6
    Samsung i8910 Omnia HD
    Sony Ericsson Satio Idou
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