While this may not be the most impressive phone you’ve ever seen, one must agree that the HTC One VX is modern, sleek and elegant. Looking as if it’s been created by a perfectionist, this model from HTC brings together a good price, powerful processor and efficient OS. Since November 2012 and these days, though, many things have changed technology-wise. For this reason, as well as due to the many bugs that float around the web, your phone can sometimes fail to work properly, in which case you should try a hard reset on the HTC One VX.
Some see it as a process in itself while some prefer to consider it a tool. However you choose to look at it, though, the factory reset is a quick way to remove all of the files that you’ve imported, as well as the ones installed on the phone. The main reason to consider this option, however, is always its ability of solving software issues in a maximum of 5 minutes.
Coming from AT&T, this smartphone comes with a powerful touchscreen that measure 4.5 inches. The dual-core Krait CPU and version 4.0 of the Android OS are also some of the features that make this a strong device. The One VX from HTC Mobile can store 8GB internally and allows users to sore even more on a microSD card.
Its two cameras can take HQ videos and photos at the same time while using face detection and touch focus. Coming with NFC and GPS, this is the kind of phone that no one dares to complain about when it comes to connectivity. Its Wi-Fi 802 hotspot and the BT v4.0 with A2DP and apt-X together with a long-lasting battery guarantee an amazing user experience for those who spend half of their time online.
HOW TO RESTORE THE HTC ONE VX
If your software problems are persistent and cannot be sorted out by turning the phone off and back on, you only solution might be to reset the device. The factory restore is also known as a master or hard reset, as it will revert all settings to their initial, original state.
Before you follow our recommended steps, please be aware that all the following will be removed: settings and personal data, apps and programs that have been installed, contacts and messages, the associated Google account, any upgrades for the operating system. To make sure you have everything backed up, use any device you wish to transfer the files.
You can use the hardware keys as shown here:
- Turn the HTC One off.
- Press Volume Down and Power (8 & 5), and then hold both keys.
- Wait for three Android logos to appear and release all buttons.
- Press Volume – to go to Factory Reset and tap Power to select it.
- Follow all other instructions on the screen and wait for the procedure to be completed.
The same as will happen by following the indications above will also take place if you do this:
- Open the Notifications panel and tap Settings.
- Go to Backup & Reset and choose Reset Phone.
- Select if you want to erase certain files or tap Erase All.
- Read the warning and choose Reset Phone.
- Confirm with OK and the reboot will be initiated.