If for some reason Lenovo S660 starts experiencing problems, you should not worry! Just before you start looking for deep complications located in the Android operating system, you can also try to do a Soft and Hard Reset of your Lenovo S660. This manipulation is reasonably user-friendly and could very well resolve problems that could threaten your Lenovo S660.
Just before accomplishing any one of the actions just below, don’t forget that it really is essential to make a copy of your Lenovo S660. Even though the soft reset of your Lenovo S660 should not be responsible for data loss, the hard reset is going to erase all of the data. Perform a complete copy of your Lenovo S660 with its program or on the Cloud (Google Drive, DropBox, …)
We are going to start with the soft reset of your Lenovo S660, the easiest option.
How to Soft Reset your Lenovo S660
The soft reset of your Lenovo S660 will let you to solve simple errors like a blocked application, a battery that heats, a screen that stop, the Lenovo S660 that becomes slow…
The process is undoubtedly very simple:
- Concurrently press the Volume Down and Power key until the Lenovo S660 restarts (roughly 20 seconds)
How to Hard Reset your Lenovo S660 (Factory Settings)
The factory settings reset or hard reset is without question a bit more definitive alternative. This method is going to delete all your data of your Lenovo S660 and you are going to obtain a smartphone as it is when it is made. You must save your valuable documents like your photos, apps, text messages, videos, … in your pc or on the cloud like Google Drive, DropBox, … before you start the hard reset operation of your Lenovo S660.
To restore all your data soon after the reset, you can preserve your documents to your Google Account. To do that , head over to:
- Settings -> System -> Advanced -> Backup
- Activate the backup
Now that you generated the backup, all you have to do is:
- System -> Advanced -> Reset options.
- Erase all data (factory reset) -> Reset phone
You will need to enter your security code (or PIN) and once it is completed, select Erase Everything.
The Lenovo S660 is going to erase all your data. It will last a little while. Immediately after the operation is completed, your Lenovo S660 is likely to reboot with factory settings.
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About the Lenovo S660
The dimensions of your amazing Lenovo S660 is 68.8 mm x 137.0 mm x 10.0 mm (width x height x depth) for a net weight of 151 g. The screen offers a resolution of 540 x 960px (LowRes) for a usable surface of 64%.
The Lenovo S660 mobile phone uses one MediaTek MT6582M processor and one ARM Cortex-A7 (Quad-Core) with a 1.3 GHz clock speed. This mobile phone doesn’t include a 64-bit architecture processor.
Related the graphic part, the Lenovo S660 uses the ARM Mali-400 MP2 graphics card with 1 GB. You are able to use 8 GB of memory.
The Lenovo S660 battery is Li-Polymer type with a full charge power of 3000 mAh amperes. The Lenovo S660 was presented on February 2014 with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
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