OPPO Reno camera
OPPO Reno camera

WhatsApp, Telegram, Messenger, Facebook, and various downloads clog up our smartphone memory day after day. All mobile devices are affected, even Oppo Reno. They don’t care if you spent 100 or 10 thousand euros if they get too tired they decide to slow down dramatically making your life hell.

So here at TecHLecToR.com, we suggest the right solution to let your life partner understand which of the two commands. In fact, we are going to explain to you how to do a Oppo Reno hard reset. In this way, you will return your jewel to the factory conditions as if you had just removed it from the box when you purchased it.

To format Oppo Reno you will simply have to follow, in an absolutely scrupulous manner, the steps that we will report below. Be careful though, because if you use this procedure you will lose all your data, including applications, photographs, and text messages. Therefore, before proceeding, we strongly advise you to make a

backup of Oppo Reno.

Well, did you do that? No? And if you regret it? Well, we warned you. We proceed! There are two ways to reset Oppo Reno. The first directly from the settings menu and the second through the use of recovery and physical buttons.

Hard Reset Oppo Reno from the settings

  1. Turn on the device;
  2. From the Home search and stop the Settings icon;
  3. Click “Account and sync” first and then on your account;
  4. Select the “Remove account” option and go back;
  5. Press Additional settings> Backup and Restore> Factory data reset;
  6. Click Clear all contents and settings> Clear data> Clear data;
  7. At this point the phone will begin to perform reset operations;
  8. Your smartphone will reboot and you can enjoy your new phone again.

Hard Reset Oppo Reno from recovery

  1. Turn off your smartphone;
  2. Press and hold the Volume Down + Power button simultaneously for a few seconds;
  3. When you see the Oppo logo, release them. You will now be in recovery;
  4. Select English> Wipe data> enter verification code> Format data> OK;
  5. At this point the phone will begin to perform reset operations;
  6. At the end of the process select “OK” to restart the device;
  7. Enjoy your new smartphone once again.

Note: neither I nor TecHLecToR.com takes responsibility if something should go wrong, also because at the beginning of the article we advised you to back up. How do you say? Forewarned is forearmed! Seriously, we hope your problems are solved.


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