How To Master Reset ZTE Warp N860

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How To Master Reset ZTE Warp N860ZTE Warp is a Entry-level android smartphone manufactured by ZTE. It Sports a TFT capacitive 4.3Inch Screen with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels which gives a pixel density of 217 pixels per inch. It has a rear 5 megapixel camera with LED Flash. It has a single core 1000mhz snapdragon s2 processor with 512mb Ram along with 4Gb internal storage, it packs with a 1600mAh battery. Looking at the specs sheet the phone is a entry level device and has a fairly good price too! If your stuck at the boot logo or if you want to delete everything on your Zte Warp then you might  want to hard reset or master reset or enter into FTM mode.

Note : We are Not responsible for Any loss of data/damage caused to the device! Proceed on your own risk! This cannot be undone! Be careful!!!



To Master Reset :

1. Go into Settings>>Privacy. Tap ‘Factory data reset’, Tap ‘Reset phone’ and Check ‘Erase SD card’ if you want to erase the memory card then Tap ‘Erase Everything’.



To Hard Reset / Wipe Everything on Phone : 

1. Switch Off the Phone, Press & hold Volume up button then press and hold Power button till the screen shows ‘Android system recovery’. Use the Volume buttons to scroll up and down and use the Camera button to select in recovery mode.
2. Scroll down to “Wipe data/factory reset” and select it. Select “Yes — delete all user data” and Select it. After you’re done Select ‘reboot system now’

To Go Into Factory Test Mode :

1. Switch off the Phone, Press and hold Volume down button then Press and hold Power button till the screen shows ‘FTM’ command.

These are the 3 ways to reset/wipe/delete everything on your ZTE Warp. Do leave your valuable comments below! 

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