Released in February 2013, this is one of the newest models from Pantech, and it is no surprise that it didn’t take long to impress its users. The Pantech Vega No 6 comes with amazing features – a 3G and a 4G network, a long-lasting battery, a Jelly Bean OS and many others. If for some reason you happen to have software problems with this device, we recommend performing a hard reset on the Pantech Vega No6.
You may have forgotten the password, had problems with apps or simply dealt with a slow smartphone. In all such situations, a factory reset will restore the Pantech back to its original settings by refreshing the operating system and wiping all user data. This ensures you will remove any virus that might have been transferred once you copied some files. In order to avoid losing anything important, it is crucial to save everything before you move further.
Coming with a Natural IPS LCD touchscreen with 16M colors and multitouch Flux UX UI, this phone has 2 GB RAM and an internal storage capacity of 32 GB. In case you’re planning to store a bigger amount of documents, you can easily use the micro SD card to save maximum 2 TB more. There are two cameras available on the device – the first one is a 13 MP camera with touch focus, face and smile detection, while there is a secondary 2 MP one in the front. Both of them can also record videos, and the maximum resolution is 1080p.
HOW TO RESTORE THE PANTECH VEGA NO6
Since you have such a large space for saving files, it wouldn’t be surprising if you had a wide variety of photos, videos, music and apps stored on the internal memory of the phone. If that’s the case and you’re intending to use them again, you should make sure you save everything important on an alternative device. Using the USB cable, it’s easy to connect the Pantech Vega to a PC, tablet or external hard drive in order to save all documents into a separate folder.
When this is done, and you’re ready to start the master reset procedure, we suggest trying the method below first:
- From the phone’s Home Screen, open the Main Menu.
- Click on the Settings icon and select Privacy.
- Choose Factory Data Reset from the bottom and touch Reset Phone.
- On the next screen, confirm your selection with Erase Everything.
- Turn the phone off, remove and reinsert its battery.
- Press the Volume Down and Power keys at the same time and wait for the Android logo to appear.
- Press the bottom left key on the screen to see the Menu, and then use Volume Down to find Wipe Data/Factory Data Reset.
- Confirm the selection with the Home key and wait for more instructions to pop up.
- If prompted, select Yes in the same way and wait for the reboot to begin.