Asus Memo Pad ME172V Hard Reset to Factory Settings

This article is here to show you how to get rid of all problems you could possible experience on the Asus Memo Pad ME172V. Launched at the beginning of the year 2013, this is a tablet without support for GSM voice communication, SMS or MMS. Although being very reliable, it can sometimes be slow to load the software or get stuck on certain screens. If that’s your situation or in case you forgot the secret password, you may need to hard reset the Asus Memo Pad ME172V.

Before we move any further, you should understand how the process is going to affect your Asus Memo Pad. In a few words, restoring it to original software will completely erase all applications, media content and contacts. Given this situation, we’d like to show you how to make a backup using any other device.
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The Asus Memo Pad ME172V runs on Android’s Jelly Bean and comes with a 1 GHz processor, as well as 1 GB RAM. Being equipped with a 1 MP camera and no secondary one, the tablet can be used for taking photos, for video-calling and recording videos. It also comes with a non-removable Li-Po 4270 mAh, a Wi-Fi 802 hotspot and integrated free apps.

How to Reset the Asus Memo Pad

Before you perform a master reset, you might want to give soft reset a chance and see if that solves your problem. In case you’re only experiencing minor software problems, you should press and hold the power button for 10 seconds then release and restart the Asus Memo Pad.

In terms of saving the important documents, you can simply connect the Memo Pad to an external device via the USB cable. This will allow you to create a folder in which you will transfer all pictures, videos, music, etc.

Asus_Memo_Me172VThe master reset can be performed on the Asus Memo Pad ME172V by following a few simple instructions, as the ones showen below:

  1. Fully charge the tablet then turn it off before getting started.
  2. Press and hold the Volume Down button for a few seconds that press the Power key as well and keep on holding both buttons until the Recovery Menu pops up.
  3. Select Recovery Mode from the options, by navigating with the Volume keys and confirm with the Power button.
  4. When the Android Recovery logo appears, use the Power button to see the options, then scroll down to Factory Data Reset and confirm with Power key.
  5. Select Yes – erase all user data and confirm your option.
  6. Your tablet will start rebooting; don’t interrupt the procedure.
  • JG Pelcha

    This doesnt work. And the volume and power button is on the other side of this unit.

  • Kim Ole Skovgaard Pedersen

    this doesnt work, and it write usb cabel not pluged