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If you forgtten your phone pattern lock, user code, google lock or phone code. I show you how to hard reset Oppo N1 mini smartphone.
Factory reset steps:
Step1: First Turn on your smartphone.
Step2: Touch and Press Menu Button Go To Setting Menu >> Scroll and select Backup & reset >> Factory data reset >> Reset phone >> Erase everything. After factory reset your smartphone will reboot.
Smartphone Hard Reset steps:
Step 1: First turn off your Oppo Android mobile.
Step 2: Release any sim card or sd card on your mobile.
Step 3: Press and Hold Vol+ key and Power key 10 seconds.
Step 4: When you see on your mobile screen Oppo logo release only Power key, after sometime you see Android icon then release Vol+ key.
Step 5: You got system recovery mode Use Vol – key select wipe data/factory reset and press Power key to confirm.
Step 6: Use Vol- key select Yes — delete all user data and press Power key to Confirm. (Notice: when you select Yes — delete all user data and press Power key you lost your phone all user data)
Step 7: Wait until complete hard reset, select reboot system now and press Power key.
Step 8: Now your mobile will reboot.
Step 9: Your Android mobile is now ok.