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  1. How to reset the BlackBerry smartphone to factory defaults. Printable View « Go BackGo Back

  2. Apr 27, 2016 · How to perform a hard reset on a BlackBerry A hard reset on your phone retains all of its settings and data, but it completely shuts it down, removing anything running from system memory.

    • Overview
    • Hard Reset
    • Soft Reset
    • Factory Reset

    If your BlackBerry isn't working, perform a hard, soft, or factory reset using these simple steps

    Smartphones are great, at least when they work. When they don’t, they’re nothing more than expensive paperweights. If your BlackBerry is frozen or unresponsive, a quick reset may be just the ticket to get it up and running again. Follow this guide to restore your BlackBerry to its former glory.

    To perform a hard reset, remove the battery for a few seconds and then reinsert.

    For a soft reset, press and hold the Alt, Right-Shift, and Backspace/Delete keys.

    Open the battery cover on the back of the BlackBerry.

    Remove the battery from the phone.

    You can perform a hard reset on the BlackBerry Z10 by pressing and holding the Power button on the top of the phone for about 10 seconds.

    Reinsert the battery after a few seconds.

    To be on the safe side, wait for up to 30 seconds and then reinsert the battery into the back of the phone.

    The BlackBerry should reboot and function normally. You may have to power the BlackBerry back on with the Power button.

    Press and hold the Alt key.

    This method will reset your BlackBerry without having to remove the battery. You cannot perform this method if your BlackBerry does not have a keyboard.

    Press and hold the Right Shift key.

    Continue to hold the Alt key while you hold the Shift key.

    Press and hold the Backspace/Delete key.

    Make sure you are continuing to hold the Alt and Shift keys while you hold the Backspace/Delete key.

    Open the Options on your home screen.

    Performing a factory reset, or security wipe, will remove all of your personal information and reset the phone to the state it was in when it came out of the box.

    In the Security Settings menu, select Security Wipe.

    Choose what you want erased.

    Check the boxes for each of the items that you want wiped from the phone. If you want to completely erase your information, ensure that all of the boxes are checked.

    To perform the wipe, you will need to enter the code. Type “blackberry” into the box and then select Wipe.

  3. When you restore the factory default settings, all personal settings are reset. Follow these instructions to restore the factory default settings.All phone data will be deleted. Data on the SIM card is not deleted.

  4. Fortunately, BlackBerry created a means to reset your password should you lock yourself out of your device. You can also, however, choose the "nuclear" option -- completely resetting your phone to factory defaults.

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  5. Oct 13, 2011 · Learn how to restore your BlackBerry device to its original settings with this step-by-step guide.

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  7. Sep 13, 2009 · The following video shows you how to reset you Blackberry (demo is done on the Blackberry 8900) to factory defaults.

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