If you have a stuck Nokia Lumia 610 or Nokia Lumia 610C this how to reset guide can be helpful to you. First thing you need to know is that you should never reset your smartphone’s OS unless there is no other way to solve your problem. Because sometimes you can damage your phone even further. Only Hard reset your phone when there is absolutely no other other way.
This guide works for both Nokia Lumia 610 and Lumia 610C, both of these mobile phones are practically the same. Okay so first step if your phone is stuck and is not responding to any of your commands simply do a power reset. To do a power reset pull the battery out of your mobile phone, wait for a few seconds and put the battery back in. Turn on the mobile phone and hopefully your phone will start working again.
Nokia Lumia 610C and Lumia 610 Power Reset Guide. Doing a power reset will not reset of delete anything on your mobile phone.
- Pull the battery out
- Wait for a few seconds
- Put the battery back in
- Turn on the phone
Okay so if that does not solve your problem and you are still having trouble working with your phone then it is time to do Software OS reset on your Nokia Lumia 610C.
Warning! Doing a software OS reset will delete all of your data from the mobile phone. It will delete all the Contacts, SMS messages, Games and Applications. It will reset your Windows Live ID as well and your phone will get back to its original factory state.
Nokia Lumia 610C and Lumia 610 Software OS reset Guide.
- Tap on “Settings”
- Tap on “About”
- Tap on “reset your phone”
If you don’t have access to your Mobile Phone’s settings or you do not know the security code of your mobile phone then you are going to have to re-install the OS on your mobile phone in other words flash your phone. Nokia Lumia 610 and Lumia 610C do not support Hard OS reset using hardware keys like many other smartphones.
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