The Celkon A107 is a high quality smartphone released in March 2013 by Celkon Mobile. Running on Android OS, the phone is powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor and comes with 512MB RAM.
If you own this phone and have started to notice an increase in the number of freezes and other unpleasant software issues that interfere with your user experience, it might be useful to perform a hard reset. It is not difficult to factory reset the Celkon A107, but you must not forget that doing so means you will be losing all data stored on the phone.
While it is important to make sure we’re aware of the data loss that’s produced, performing a hard or factory reset is very useful, as it is one sure way to fix all software-related problems in a short amount of time. But before getting started with the procedure, here are a few details you need to know.
Celkon A107 has a dual SIM and it comes with 4GB of internal storage capacity that can be expanded up to 32GB thanks to the microSD card. The phone has a 2100mAh battery and can connect to the internet via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. There is a main 8 MP camera that is rear-facing and can be used for both taking photos and making videos. A secondary 1.3 MP front-facing camera is also available.
Celkon A107 Factory Reset Steps
Making a backup of your personal information is very important. The factory reset procedure will erase and restore the phone’s entire operating system. In order to make sure no personal data will be lost, such as contacts, messages, applications and photos, it is important to save this data onto another device before starting the factory reset.
If you don’t own a MicroSD card, Celkon also gives the option of downloading the Phone Copy for Android Application that is especially offered for the Android operating system. Once downloaded you fill have to sign in or create a new account and the application will guide you through the process.
After making your backup for the Celkon A107, you can proceed to resetting your phone to factory setting. This can be done following the steps below:
- Press and hold Volume Down and Power keys until the menu of the factory test tool appears.
- Using the Volume buttons to navigate, scroll to the Clear Flash Option and select it by pressing on the Home button.
- Wait for the phone to restart and that’s it.
At this point, your phone will have been reset with an empty hard drive and a brand new installation of Android mobile. You can now use the backup you made in order to restore your user information and data so you can continue using your phone as if it were brand new.