How do you reset mac to factory settings?
- Use an app like SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner to clone your internal hard drive to an external drive. This enables you to access all your old files, and the drive can be re-cloned to the internal drive if you want to restore your Mac.
- Deauthorize your iTunes store account. (You should also deauthorize any third-party apps, such as Photoshop, that are locked to your Mac).
- Turn off FileVault (if you are using it).
- Sign out of iCloud.
- Restart the Mac in Recovery Mode (hold down Command and the R key during restart).
- Use Disk Utility to erase the hard drive. Click on Disk Utility > Continue. Select the main volume and click Unmount then Erase). Quit Disk Utility (Disk Utility > Quit Disk Utility).
- Click Reinstall OS X and Continue. Follow the instructions to reinstall Mac OS X.
Note: Factory reset option will erase your data permanently. It is recommended to backup your data before performing reset. Below are the steps to perform factory reset: 1. Open your device's Settings 2. Depending on your device, the Factory data reset feature may be located in one of two sections within the Settings app: - Select the Privacy settings, and scroll down to Factory reset - Select the Backup and reset settings, and scroll down…
Galaxy s duos 2 is rooted now i want factory reset my device what will happen Can i factory reset my device if i rooted?
To reset one's BIOS to factory settings, look for the terms default, factory, or recommended. You many have to press F1 for help. Sometimes the default settings are listed in the help. You can also try removing the clock battery, this should reset all BIOS settings. However, you need to reinstall the battery in order to save any new changes. To reset one's Operating System to factory settings, one needs the restoration disk that came…
Galaxy s duos 2 is rooted now i want factory reset my devicewhat will happen Can i factory reset my device if i rooted?
The answer greatly depends on which specific tablet you're talking about. However, here's an excerpt from the HTC website for how to reset the htc flyer: http://www.htc.com/us/support/htc-flyer-t-mobile/howto/314918.html The most convenient way to do a factory reset is via the settings. From the Home screen, press , and then tap Settings. Tap Storage > Factory data reset. Tap Reset tablet, and then tap Erase everything.
In order to do a factory reset on a Nintendo DSi, you must "Format System Memory" within the "Settings" menu. Heed the WARNING screens that are displayed before you proceed. What's wrong with your DSi that it requires a reset? All settings should be reversible except the firmware version. I know when I had an M3i Zero I had trouble with the firmware, but it runs custom firmware anyway.