Being announced in January 2013 and released in April the same year, the elegant and modern Lenovo K900 comes with a great 5-inch display, 2 GM of RAM and other amazing features, including autofocus, dual-LED flash geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection and so on. Of course, just like any smartphone, it can become rather useless should it not function at an optimal level or, worse, start freezing. However, you do not have to despair, as you can always try to hard reset the Lenovo K900 to factory soft.
The Lenovo K900 is without a shade of doubt a great smartphone that enters the premium class, being appreciated by the vast majority of the population. It is rather bigger than other modern devices, its dimensions being the following: 6.18 x 3.07 x 0.27 inches. The K900 has an Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system and a dual-core processor clocked racing at 2.0 GHz.
Despite the fact that it provides an amazing performance, it can show signs of unresponsiveness, which, of course can irritate the user. However, most people do not realize that, if they try a easy and efficient procedure called software refresh, all the problems will soon fade away.
Soft resetting the K900
A hard reset can do the trick when the phone stops working at an optimal level or freezes. You need to know that this procedure can delete all personal data, including your accounts, your music, video, documents and so on. This is why it is important to do a backup before soft resetting your phone.
At the moment in which the process completes, your device will reboot, with factory settings in place. There are two methods to bring back your K900 to its initial glory. Here is what you need to do:
- Press the Power up button and the Volume up key for a few seconds and wait for the Android recovery menu to appear.
- Tap on the “Factory reset/wipe data” option using the Volume down key.
- Accept by pressing the Power key.
- Navigate until you reach the “Yes-detele all user data” option and confirm by using the Power button.
- Press the Power key to “reboot system now”.
You can also try the second option, which involves using the menu settings. Here is what you need to do:
- Go to the Home screen and select the Menu key.
- Choose Personal option, then tap on Backup & reset.
- Select Factory Data Reset, then click on the Reset phone option.
- Accept the previous option and touch once again option Reset phone.