HTC Google Nexus One PB99100 Hard Reset to Factory Soft

Being the next step in the evolution of Android, the HTC Nexus One was introduced by Google and is also known by its phone code: PB99100. Being designed to function well for the AT&T 3G network in the US, as well as many other3G networks in Europe and Asia, this is an impressive phone with a long-lasting battery. Apart from introducing some of its key features, today’s article will also focus on hard resetting the HTC Google Nexus One PB99100.

While a very useful procedure, the master reset also has its downside. We highly recommend using it whenever your phone doesn’t seem to be working the same as before. It can either be that the memory is full, there is a virus that causes fatal errors to pop up on the screen or the HTC is just unusually slow. No matter what the problem is, you shoul know that whenever resetting your device to original software, you will lose all data stored on it.


Being your sole responsibility to save everything you need before getting started, we will do our job in presenting more information on this phone. Powever by Android’s version 2.1 operating system, the smartphone comes with 512 MB RAM and a micro SD card. Equipped with Wi-Fi 802 hotspot and Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, the HTC Nexus One gives access to many integrated apps for free. Examples include Gmail, Google Talk, Youtube, Picasa and so on.

Resetting the HTC Nexus One

Having a recent backup will prevent you from losing documents that you might be using for work purposes, as well as dear pictures and videos you were keeping.

HTC nexus OneYou’re free and safe to use any application for Android to do this, as well as save the files on any device you’d lile. Once you’re done doing this, we’d like to invite you to check the steps shown in the following Youtube video:

  1. Hold Volume – and Power and wait for the menu to appear.
  2. Scroll down to Clear Storage using the Volume buttons and confirm with Power key.
  3. Choose Yes with the same keys and press the Volume Up key.
  4. Wait for the phone to reboot and don’t interrupt the procedure.

Another way to restore your phone to factory settings is by following these steps:

  1. On your phone’s Home Menu go to Settings, then choose Privacy.
  2. Select the Factory Data Reset option and tap Reset.
  3. Your phone will start rebooting and will delete all the data stored on it.