Lenovo A6000 Plus was announced in April 2015 and the phone was available for sale from the moment it was announced. It features a 5.0 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with more than 16 million colors. The resolution of the display is 720 x 1080(~ 294 pixel density). The smartphone comes with Android OS, v4.4.4 (KitKat), upgradable to v5.0.2 (Lollipop). The smartphone targets customers who want to have an elegant and modern device which can run as smoothly as possible and that can also be affordable for every wallet.
However, this phone, much like the rest nowadays, can bring you a lot of dissatisfactions when it comes to crashing / freezing or it otherwise preventing you from opening the apps you wish. This is why it is a good idea to appeal to an ingenious process called a factory reset using the settings menu or the phone’s external buttons. Read the full tutorial in order to understand how you can bring your smartphone back to the original settings and restore its operating system. Before commencing, you should make sure that the device has sufficient battery (above 60 per cent) and backup everything important. You can do this on a hard drive or any other external accessory. There are two methods to perform a hard reset. First method, also known as soft reset can be performed if you follow a few steps:
- From the main screen you have to select Settings
- Tap on Backup&Reset and choose the ‘Factory data reset’ option.
- Select ‘Reset phone’, and confirm the whole operation tapping the action called ‘Erase everything’.
- Your phone will restart and it will start up with the factory settings.
Here is the second method:
- Turn off your device.
- Press and hold the Volume UP and the Power button.
- Your phone will reboot in Recovery mode. Use the Volume buttons to navigate in the menu and the Power button to select a command.
- Using the Volume buttons navigate to the Wipe data/Factory reset option and select it using the Power key.
- Your phone will reboot with the factory settings