HTC Butterfly S Hard Reset to Factory Soft

HTC Butterfly S was announced back in June 2013 and it was available for sale just two months later. It was meant to be one of the most powerful smartphones available on the market, as well as an affordable one. It features a terrific Qualcomm APQ8064T Snapdragon 600 Quad-core 1.9 GHz Krait 300 processor. Its internal memory is of 16 GB. The phone comes with Android OS, v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), but, as any smartphone, after a period of time, it may start to work slower than usual and even freeze when some applications are opened. You do not have to worry, as the solution for this problem is simply appealing to a process called hard reset to factory soft.

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In addition to its internal memory of 16 GB, the HTC Butterfly S has a Micro SD memory card slot of up to 32 GB that offers the option of adding more storage, while its RAM memory is of 2 GB. Another important aspect of this device is its 4 Ultra pixels camera, being one of the best available on any smartphone on the market. Furthermore, it boasts a 3,200 mAh battery and it has a 1080 x 1920 pixels capacitive touchscreen. As it was mentioned before, despite its great specs, this device might require a soft reset after a period of time.

Restoring the HTC Butterfly S

You might think that this process is a bit difficult and that you highly need to go to a GSM Service, yet you ought to know that you can perform it in the comfort of your own home if you just follow a few steps. It is important bear in mind that this process will erase any personal data one your phone, including you accounts, you contacts, you pictures, your music and so on. This is why it is strongly recommended to perform a backup on your phone before you start this process. You can appeal to two methods.

The first method can be performed using the Settings menu:

  1. Enter the menu of your phone and go to the Settings section.
  2. Select Backup & Reset.
  3. Touch the Reset phone option and select the “Erase all data” option.
  4. Press OK.

The second method can be performed when your phone freezes.

  1. Make sure your device is fully charged and turn off your phone.
  2. Press the Volume Down button and the Power key for a couple of seconds.
  3. Using the Volume buttons navigate to Factory Reset and select this option by pressing the Power button.