You can get the Excite 12 tablet from Toshiba with either 32 or 64 GB of data depending on how much you reckon you’d need. Running on Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, this device lets you insert an SD, as well as a micro SD card that can take up to 32 GB. Coming with a Wi-Fi connection, Bluetooth and GPS, these are just some of the reasons why this tablet got 4.5 out of 5 stars from those who currently own it.
If you’re one of the happy users, but you haven’t been that happy lately, we’re here to tell you that it happens to the best of us. No matter what kind of phone or tablet you have, after a long period of time using it, it’s basically impossible not to have a few software problems. This is where a hard reset for the Toshiba Excite 133 AT335 comes in, and this is the best solution you have for restore all settings to original while getting rid of the issues.
HOW TO RESTORE THE TOSHIBA EXCITE
Now that I got your attention, it’s time to get straight to business and explain how you could do a master reset on this device. You might have noticed that the Li-Po 38Wh battery that it comes with is not removable, which is why it’s not possible to force the tablet to cool down.
However, you can still do a restore of all settings by following these steps:
- Shut the tablet down and fully charge it.
- Press Volume Down and Power and hold keys.
- Wait for the menu to load and release them.
- Confirm the Factory Reset and tap Yes.
All options can be highlighted using Volume Up and Down, and you can select any one of them with Power. You will, though, see quite clearly that the option to select is the one saying Wipe Data or Factory Data Reset. All important information and instructions will also show up on the screen, so there is no way to get confused.
- Go here and download CWM.
- Charge the tablet and launch the tool.
- Disconnect all cables and the restore will begin.
Different from all similar tools, this one does all the work by itself. Therefore, there are no instructions to follow. There will be a lot of different messages showing up on the screen, though, just so they keep you informed on the status and see what’s being erased, reinstalled and so on.