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Reset or reset a Doogee X70

If your smartphone Doogee X70 it works very slowly, it hangs, you have a full memory and you want to erase everything, or you want to sell or give it away and you want nobody to access your files and passwords you can one Factory reset perform to make it look like this again the first day.

In the steps below we will explain how to format the Doogee X70 to erase all of your information and make it completely clean when it goes out of business.

You have to take into account that a factory reset or factory reset of a cellphone will erase all its contents. So you need to make a backup of your data before running if you don't want to lose everything.

There are two ways to get one Reset to default on a Doogee X70, one through the mobile options and the other through recovery mode more fully.

Restore the Doogee X70 options

If you wanted to use the device options to reset a Doogee X70 to its factory condition, you must do the following:

Estimated time: 5 minutes.

1- First step: go to the settings menu of your device on Doogee X70, this is the gear icon.

2- Step Two: In the Doogee X70 Settings, scroll down to where you will see the “System” section. Click to continue.

3- Step Three: When you see a section called Advanced, click to view the Doogee X70's advanced options.

4- Step Four: Click “Reset Options” in this section to restore network options and applications, or to completely reset the Doogee X70.

5- Step five: Click on the last option called “Erase All Data (Factory Reset)” or simply “Factory Reset”.

6- Step six: An initial confirmation message will remind you that all your data will be deleted from this device. The data that you have uploaded to Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or backups that you have in the cloud, such as: B. Google Drive, Dropbox or One Drive are not deleted. Press “Reset phone”.

7- Step Seven: A second confirmation message indicates that all information stored on the Doogee X70 and all downloaded applications will be deleted and that this action is irreversible. If you agree, click on "Delete all".

8- Eighth step: if necessary, draw the screen unlock pattern or enter the screen unlock password or PIN to proceed.

9- Ninth Step: Your Doogee X70 device will reboot and it will take a few minutes to boot while factory resetting the device and optimizing the pre-installed applications on the Android 8.1 Oreo.

Recovery with a hard reset or recovery mode Doogee X70

Restoring with a hard reset or recovery mode can solve your Doogee X70 problems that a normal factory reset would not fix.

1- First, turn off your Doogee X70 completely. If you can't unlock the screen, press and hold the power button for about 20 seconds and the phone will turn off.

2- Simultaneously press the power button and the volume button on your Doogee X70 for a few seconds. On some devices, depending on the Android version, the combination may be the power button and the volume button on top.

3- When the Doogee logo appears, release the buttons.

4- Use the volume up and down buttons to move through the menu until you reach the Recovery Mode option and press the power button to access it. If the device menu is displayed in Chinese characters, see Resetting a Chinese Cell Phone

5- Use the volume up and down buttons to select the wipe cache partition option and press the power button to enable the option and clear the mobile cache.

6- After a few seconds, you will return to the previous screen. Use the volume buttons to go to the 'wipe data / factory reset' option and press the power button to bring up the screen. A screen with many NO and a YES will appear. Use the volume buttons again to go to YES and press the power button.

7- After you are done, use the volume keys to go to "reboot system now" again and press the power button on your Doogee X70. The device will restart and it will take a few minutes to boot while the device is factory reset and the pre-installed applications are optimized on the Android 8.1 Oreo system.

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