Psion Series 7 hard reset

How do I reset the Series 7?
If you find that you cannot exit a program normally, move to the
System screen and select the List open files command from the
File menu. Select the program from the list and press the Close
file button.
If this does not work, or if your Series 7 appears to have “locked
up”, you can always perform a “soft reset”. This should restart
your Series 7 while preserving most of your information.
It is worth trying a soft reset if the keys on the Series 7 do not
appear to respond, or if the Series 7 does appear to switch on
and you are sure the batteries are good (especially if the contrast
adjustment still appears to work), but the screen is otherwise
blank.
· To perform a soft reset: gently press something like an
unfolded paperclip into the reset hole, above the backup
battery location.
After a soft reset, any changes to open Word or Sheet files (or
OPL programs) will be lost. Your other files on the Internal disk
will almost always be safe.
It is possible (although unlikely) that a program failure causes the
reset to lose the information on the Internal disk; it could even
prevent the reset from working at all. If this happens, you will
have to perform a “hard reset”.
· To perform a hard reset: remove all power sources, ie
the mains adapter and the main and backup batteries.
Important: A hard reset resets the Series 7 completely, and all
information on the Internal disk will be lost.
Psion Series 7 hard reset

Psion NetBook Pro hard reset

How do I reset the netBook?
If you find that you cannot exit a program normally, move to the
System screen and select the List open files command from the
File menu. Select the program from the list and press the Close
file button.
If this does not work, or if your netBook appears to have “locked
up”, you can always perform a “soft reset”. This should restart
your netBook while preserving most of your information.
It is worth trying a soft reset if the keys on the netBook do not
appear to respond, or if the netBook does appear to switch on
and you are sure the batteries are good (especially if the contrast
adjustment still appears to work), but the screen is otherwise
blank.
· To perform a soft reset: gently press something like an
unfolded paperclip into the reset hole, above the backup
battery location.
After a soft reset, any changes to open Word or Sheet files (or
OPL programs) will be lost. Your other files on the Internal disk
will almost always be safe.
It is possible (although unlikely) that a program failure causes the
reset to lose the information on the Internal disk; it could even
prevent the reset from working at all. If this happens, you will
have to perform a “hard reset”.
· To perform a hard reset: remove all power sources, ie
the mains adapter and the main and backup batteries.
Important: A hard reset resets the netBook completely, and all
information on the Internal disk will be lost
Psion netbook hard reset

Psion Revo hard reset

How do I reset my Revo?
If you find that you cannot exit a program normally, move to the System screen and select the List open
files command from the File menu. Select the program from the list and tap the Close file button.
If this does not work, or if your Revo appears to have locked up, perform a soft reset. This should restart
your Revo while preserving most of your information. Use a soft reset if the keys on your Revo do not
appear to respond, or if your Revo does appear to switch on and you are sure the battery isn't too low
(especially if the contrast adjustment still appears to work), but the screen is otherwise blank.
· To perform a soft reset: open your Revo, then gently press something like an unfolded paperclip
into the reset hole marked 1. Do not insert anything in the hole marked 2 at the same time.
After a soft reset, your Revo will beep twice when you switch it on. Any changes to open files, messages,
or OPL programs, will be lost. Files and messages which are not open will almost always be safe.
It is possible (although unlikely) that a program failure causes the soft reset to lose the information on your
Revo; it could even prevent the reset from working at all.
If the soft reset does not fix the problem, you will have to perform a hard reset.
Important warning
A hard reset resets your Revo completely, and all
information on the machine will be lost.
· To perform a hard reset: open your Revo, then press both ends of an unfolded paperclip into the
reset holes marked 1 and 2 at the same time.
Press the On key twice to switch on your machine.
To switch on your machine after a hard reset, press the Esc (On) key twice. Your Revo will beep once
when you switch it on. If your Revo beeps twice, you have performed a soft reset. If this happens, perform
the hard reset again, making sure that you press both reset holes firmly, and at the same time.
Note: If you have backed up your Revo using PsiWin, restore the files to your machine after the hard reset.
Psion Revo hard reset

Psion Revo Plus hard reset

How do I reset my Revo?
If you find that you cannot exit a program normally,
move to the System screen and select the List open
files command from the File menu. Select the
program from the list and tap the Close file button.
If this does not work, or if your Revo appears to have
“locked up”, perform a “soft reset”. This should restart
your Revo while preserving most of your information.
Use a soft reset if the keys on your Revo do not
appear to respond, or if your Revo does appear to
switch on and you are sure the battery isn’t too low
(especially if the contrast adjustment still appears to
work), but the screen is otherwise blank.

· To perform a soft reset: open your Revo, then
gently press something like an unfolded paperclip
into the reset hole marked ‘1’. Do not insert
anything in the hole marked ‘2’ at the same time.
After a soft reset, your Revo will ‘beep’ twice when
you switch it on. Any changes to open files, messages,
or OPL programs, will be lost. Files and messages
which are not open will almost always be safe.
It is possible (although unlikely) that a program failure
causes the soft reset to lose the information on your
Revo; it could even prevent the reset from working at
all.
If the soft reset does not fix the problem, you will
have to perform a “hard reset”.
Important warning
A hard reset resets your Revo completely, and all
information on the machine will be lost.

· To perform a hard reset: open your Revo, then
press both ends of an unfolded paperclip into the
reset holes marked ‘1’ and ‘2’ at the same time.
Press the On key twice to switch on your
machine.
To switch on your machine after a hard reset, press
the Esc (On) key twice. Your Revo will beep once
when you switch it on. If your Revo beeps twice, you
have performed a soft reset. If this happens, perform
the hard reset again, making sure that you press both
reset holes firmly, and at the same time.
Note: If you have backed up your Revo using PsiWin,
restore the files to your machine after the hard reset.
Psion Revo plus hard reset

Psion Series 3a hard reset

Resetting the Series 3a

You should never need to reset your Series 3a. Even if an add-on application were to stop working, the Series 3a is designed in such a way that it could not interfere with other applications, such as Data, Word, and so on.
Killing a running application
If you find that you cannot exit an application normally, you will need to “kill” the application. You can kill any application (except Time).
psion resetWhen you kill an application you will lose all the unsaved information in the file
that was open. You should therefore only kill applications in an emergency.
To do so:
• Move to the System screen, move the highlight onto the application that you wish to kill and select the ‘Kill application’ option on the ‘Apps’ menu.
• If you cannot move to the System screen, you will need to press Psion Series 3a hard reset
to kill the application that is currently displayed on screen (the foreground process).
Soft reset - preserving your data
If, for any reason, your Series 3a should “lock-up”, you can always perform a “soft reset”; a soft reset should restart your Series 3a while preserving most of your data.
It is worth trying a soft reset if:
• the keys on your Series 3a do not appear to respond, or
• your Series 3a does appear to switch on and you are sure the batteries are good
(especially if the contrast still works but the screen is otherwise blank).
If you do need to reset:
• gently press something like an unfolded paper clip into the reset hole (above the Psion Series 3a hard resetkey).
When you turn the Series 3a on again it will beep, show the start-up screen again, and then the System screen. After a soft reset:
• Any changes you had made to open Sheet or Word files (or OPL programs) would be lost.
• Your other files on the internal disk will almost always be safe.
• If you had other applications installed (other than the built-in applications), the icons will have disappeared from the System screen. Use ‘Install’ from the ‘Apps’ menu in the System screen to re-install the application icons.
• Any additional file lists or application groups you had set up in the System screen will be lost, and you will need to set them up again.
• Any alarms that you had set in the Time application are lost.

Psion Series 3a Hard reset - losing all of your data

It is possible (though unlikely) that an application failure causes the reset to lose the information on the internal disk. It could even prevent the reset from working at all. If this happens, you will have to perform a “hard reset”. To do this:
• Hold down the right-hand Psion series 3a hard resetkey, and gently press a suitable object into the reset hole, as before. Press Psion Series 3a hard resetto turn on, still holding down the right Psion series 3a hard reset key.This will reset the Series 3a completely, and all information in internal memory, including the internal disk, will be lost.
You may not need to press Psion Series 3a hard resetto switch on when resetting, as the Series 3a may turn itself on.

Psion Series 3c hard reset

Resetting the Series 3c

You should never need to reset your Series 3c. Even if an add-on application were to stop working, the Series 3c is designed in such a way that it could not interfere with other applications, such as Data, Word, and so on.
Killing a running application
If you find that you cannot exit an application normally, you will need to “kill” the application. You can kill any application (except Time).
psion resetWhen you kill an application you will lose all the unsaved information in the file
that was open. You should therefore only kill applications in an emergency.
To do so:
• Move to the System screen, move the highlight onto the application that you wish to kill and select the ‘Kill application’ option on the ‘Apps’ menu.
• If you cannot move to the System screen, you will need to press Psion Series 3C hard reset
to kill the application that is currently displayed on screen (the foreground process).
Soft reset - preserving your data
If, for any reason, your Series 3c should “lock-up”, you can always perform a “soft reset”; a soft reset should restart your Series 3c while preserving most of your data.
It is worth trying a soft reset if:
• the keys on your Series 3c do not appear to respond, or
• your Series 3c does appear to switch on and you are sure the batteries are good
(especially if the contrast still works but the screen is otherwise blank).
If you do need to reset:
• gently press something like an unfolded paper clip into the reset hole (above the Psion Series 3C hard resetkey).
When you turn the Series 3c on again it will beep, show the start-up screen again, and then the System screen. After a soft reset:
• Any changes you had made to open Sheet or Word files (or OPL programs) would be lost.
• Your other files on the internal disk will almost always be safe.
• If you had other applications installed (other than the built-in applications), the icons will have disappeared from the System screen. Use ‘Install’ from the ‘Apps’ menu in the System screen to re-install the application icons.
• Any additional file lists or application groups you had set up in the System screen will be lost, and you will need to set them up again.
• Any alarms that you had set in the Time application are lost.

Psion Series 3c Hard reset - losing all of your data

It is possible (though unlikely) that an application failure causes the reset to lose the information on the internal disk. It could even prevent the reset from working at all. If this happens, you will have to perform a “hard reset”. To do this:
• Hold down the right-hand Psion series 3c hard resetkey, and gently press a suitable object into the reset hole, as before. Press Psion Series 3C hard resetto turn on, still holding down the right Psion series 3c hard reset key.This will reset the Series 3c completely, and all information in internal memory, including the internal disk, will be lost.
You may not need to press Psion Series 3C hard resetto switch on when resetting, as the Series 3c may turn itself on.

Psion Series 3MX hard reset

Resetting the Series 3MX

You should never need to reset your Series 3MX. Even if an add-on application were to stop working, the Series 3MX is designed in such a way that it could not interfere with other applications, such as Data, Word, and so on.
Killing a running application
If you find that you cannot exit an application normally, you will need to “kill” the application. You can kill any application (except Time).
psion resetWhen you kill an application you will lose all the unsaved information in the file
that was open. You should therefore only kill applications in an emergency.
To do so:
• Move to the System screen, move the highlight onto the application that you wish to kill and select the ‘Kill application’ option on the ‘Apps’ menu.
• If you cannot move to the System screen, you will need to press Psion Series 3MX hard reset
to kill the application that is currently displayed on screen (the foreground process).
Soft reset - preserving your data
If, for any reason, your Series 3MX should “lock-up”, you can always perform a “soft reset”; a soft reset should restart your Series 3MX while preserving most of your data.
It is worth trying a soft reset if:
• the keys on your Series 3MX do not appear to respond, or
• your Series 3MX does appear to switch on and you are sure the batteries are good
(especially if the contrast still works but the screen is otherwise blank).
If you do need to reset:
• gently press something like an unfolded paper clip into the reset hole (above the Psion Series 3MX hard resetkey).
When you turn the Series 3MX on again it will beep, show the start-up screen again, and then the System screen. After a soft reset:
• Any changes you had made to open Sheet or Word files (or OPL programs) would be lost.
• Your other files on the internal disk will almost always be safe.
• If you had other applications installed (other than the built-in applications), the icons will have disappeared from the System screen. Use ‘Install’ from the ‘Apps’ menu in the System screen to re-install the application icons.
• Any additional file lists or application groups you had set up in the System screen will be lost, and you will need to set them up again.
• Any alarms that you had set in the Time application are lost.

Psion Series 3MX Hard reset - losing all of your data

It is possible (though unlikely) that an application failure causes the reset to lose the information on the internal disk. It could even prevent the reset from working at all. If this happens, you will have to perform a “hard reset”. To do this:
• Hold down the right-hand Psion series 3MX hard resetkey, and gently press a suitable object into the reset hole, as before. Press Psion Series 3MX hard resetto turn on, still holding down the right Psion series 3MX hard reset key.This will reset the Series 3MX completely, and all information in internal memory, including the internal disk, will be lost.
You may not need to press Psion Series 3MX hard resetto switch on when resetting, as the Series 3MX may turn itself on.

Psion Series 5MX Pro hard reset

How do I reset the Series 5MX?

If you find that you cannot exit a program normally, move to the System screen and select the List open files command from the
File menu. Select the program from the list and press the Close file button.
If this does not work, or if your Series 5 appears to have locked up, you can always perform a soft reset. This should restart
your Series 5 while preserving most of your information.
It is worth trying a soft reset if the keys on the Series 5 do not appear to respond, or if the Series 5 does appear to switch on
and you are sure the batteries are good (especially if the contrast adjustment still appears to work), but the screen is otherwise
blank.
· To perform a soft reset: gently press something like an unfolded paperclip into the reset hole, above the backup
battery location.
After a soft reset, any changes to open Word or Sheet files (or OPL programs) will be lost. Your other files on the Internal disk
will almost always be safe.
It is possible (although unlikely) that a program failure causes the reset to lose the information on the Internal disk; it could even
prevent the reset from working at all. If this happens, you will have to perform a hard reset.
· To perform a hard reset: press the unfolded paperclip into the reset hole as for the soft reset. Then, hold down
both Shift keys, and press Esc to switch on.
Important: A hard reset resets the Series 5 completely, and all information on the Internal disk will be lost.
Psion Series 5MX hard reset

Qool QDA Icon hard reset

Press END + Camera key, then press CALL for a few sec.

Qtek 1010 hard reset

Reset the Pocket PC Phone and Clear Memory

You can perform a soft reset or a full reset a soft reset restarts your device and a full reset switches the battery off. The result of a soft reset is that some data may be lost in programs that are open, however, the result of cutting power is to wipe all the data and new programs you have added, and return the device to factory setting i.e. it will only have the software that was present when you bought it. On this basis, it is important not to think about a full reset as you would restarting, shutting down or even switching off improperly your desktop, but rather like a complete crash requiring you having to wipe your OS. The importance of backing up data to a SD card or your computer cannot be stressed enough - in the event you have to perform a full reset your data will not be lost.

To perform a soft reset:

If your Pocket PC Phone responds slowly stops responding or freezes, try soft resetting it. A soft reset causes the Pocket PC Phone to restart and re-adjust memory allocation. Unsaved data in open windows may be lost.
Use the stylus to press and hold the Reset button.
1. Soft Reset. Press into the hole with the end of your stylus to reset your device
Qtek 1010 hard reset soft reset hardreset softreset

To perform a full reset - hard reset:

A full device reset clears memory, deletes all data and restores the Pocket PC Phone to its default settings. Programs installed at the factory remain, while data you have created and programs you have installed are erased.
1. Unscrew the stylus and use the smaller point of the top-half.
Qtek 1010 hard reset soft reset hardreset softreset







2. Press the battery switch once to turn it off, and then once more to turn it back on.
Qtek 1010 hard reset soft reset hardreset softreset

Qtek 2020 hard reset

(HTC Himalaya (Andes), Qtek 2020, i-Mate PocketPC, Dopod 696, O2 XDA-II, T-Mobile MDA-II, Orange SPV M1000, Telefonica Movistar TSM500, Krome Navigator F1)

Soft reset

Press into the hole with the end of your stylus to soft reset your device. This is the
same as shutting down and restarting your
O2 XDA II Hard reset Soft reset

Hard reset

It is possible to completely delete all data loaded onto your Xda II by holding the
power key, and simultaneously pressing the soft reset button.
Please note:
This will delete absolutely all the data and applications that you have loaded on your Xda II.

Qtek 2020i hard reset

Resetting Your Qtek 2020i Pocket PC Phone


You can perform a soft reset or a full reset. During a soft reset, the Pocket PC Phone is restarted and only some data in opened programs may be lost. However, a full reset turns the battery off, returns the device to its original factory settings, and deletes all programs, files, contacts, and other information you have saved to the device. Therefore, it is extremely important to back up data to a storage card or your computer on a regular basis in the event that a full reset has to be performed.

Soft reset

Qtek 2020i Hard reset Soft reset

To perform a soft reset:

If your Pocket PC Phone responds slowly, stops responding, or freezes, you can soft reset it. A soft reset causes the Pocket PC Phone to restart and re-adjust memory allocation. Unsaved data in any opened applications may be lost. Use the stylus to press and hold the Reset button, as shown below on the left.

Press the Reset button to return all parameters to their default value

Qtek 2020i Hard reset Soft reset

Hard reset

To perform a full reset
A full device reset clears memory, deletes all data, and restores the Pocket PC Phone to its default settings. Programs installed at the factory remain. All data that you have created and programs you have installed are erased.
Press and hold the Power button, and then use your stylus to press the 'soft reset button' at the same time, as shown above on the right. Be sure you have backed up all your data on an SD card or on a desktop PC before performing a full reset.

Qtek 2020i Hard reset Soft reset

Qtek 2060 hard reset

Qtek 2060 Soft reset

Press into the hole with the end of your stylus to soft reset your device. This is the
same as shutting down and restarting your computer.
qtek 2060 hard reset

Qtek 2060 Hard reset

It is possible to completely delete all data loaded onto your Qtek 2060 by holding the power key, and simultaneously pressing the soft reset button.
Please note:
This will delete absolutely all the data and applications that you have loaded on your Qtek 2060.

Qtek 7070 hard reset

1. Switch off your phone.
2. Take out the SD Card from the phone.
3. With the phone powered off, press down the RECORD (it is under the power button) and the POWER button at the same time for a few sec.
4. You will be prompted to "press any key to enter bootloader".
5. Then press and HOLD DOWN the action CENTER key (joy button) Bootloader menu.

If you press any other key you get to the 3 colored "Canary" screen.

Qtek 8010 hard reset

Qtek 8010 hard reset with keys

Power off phone. Press both LEFT and RIGHT SOFT keys, then press POWER for a few sec. Keep holding these 3 buttons until you see
"Press 0 to restore factory default, other keys to Quit."
Press 0 to hard reset Qtek 8010.

Qtek 8060 hard reset

Qtek 8060 hard reset

Warning: All data will be lost!
Press and hold the power key and the record key, hold both keys untill you see "enter bootloader press any key" page press and hold the middle button of the joystick (the action key).
When you see menu, select option "8"
i-Mate SP2 hard resetQtek 8080 hard reset

Qtek 8080 hard reset

Qtek 8080 hard reset

Warning: All data will be lost!
Press and hold the power key and the record key, hold both keys untill you see "enter bootloader press any key" page press and hold the middle button of the joystick (the action key).
When you see menu, select option "8"
i-Mate SP2 hard resetQtek 8080 hard reset

Qtek 8200 hard reset

Qtek 8200 hard reset hard reset with keys

Power off phone. Press both LEFT and RIGHT SOFT keys, then press POWER for a few sec. Keep holding these 3 buttons until you see
"Press 0 to restore factory default, other keys to Quit."
Press 0 to hard reset Qtek 8200 hard reset. All data will be lost!
Qtek 8200 hard reset

First, turn off the phone.
At the same time, press & hold the  Left and Right Soft Key, (keep pressing 2 keys) + press the Qtek 8200 hard reset Power button once for 2 sec.
Press 0 button when it asks.
Qtek 8200 hard reset will take a few minutes. Be patient.
Qtek 8200 hard reset Clear Storage Qtek 8200 hard reset
To access this menu, press Start in the Home screen > Accessories > Clear storage
Reset all your mobile phone settings to the default. Use with care as this will
delete ALL your data.

Qtek 8300 hard reset

Qtek 8300 hard reset

First, turn off the phone.

At the same time, press & hold the Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Left and Right Soft Key, (keep pressing 2 keys) + press the Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Power button once for 2 sec.

Qtek 8310 hard reset

Qtek 8310 soft reset

Restarting your Phone

Occasionally, you may want to restart your phone, for example, when a program is not performing properly or the phone does not respond to any keypresses.

To restart the phone
1. Remove the battery.
2. Reinsert the battery and turn on your phone.

If the phone is restarted while a program is running, unsaved work will be lost.

Qtek 8310 hard reset


Resetting your Phone

Resetting your phone will remove all the data from the its memory which include contacts, tasks, calendar appointments, and more, and restore the phone back to the factory default settings.

Qtek 8310 hard reset with keys

Power off phone. Press both LEFT and RIGHT SOFT keys, then press POWER for a few sec. Keep holding these 3 buttons until you see
"Press 0 to restore factory default, other keys to Quit."
Press 0 to hard reset Qtek 8310.

To reset your phone

1. Click Start > Accessories > Clear Storage.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to reset the phone.
The phone will restart after it has been reset.

Qtek 8500 hard reset

Qtek 8500 hard reset
All data will be lost!
Turn off your Qtek 8500 phone.
Press both RSK and LSK and turn on your phone. Press 0 to restore factory defaults.
Qtek 8500 hard reset
Resetting your Qtek 8500 Phone

Resetting your phone will remove all the data from its memory which
include contacts, tasks, calendar appointments, and more, and restore
the phone back to the factory default settings.
To reset your phone
1. Click Start > Accessories > Clear Storage.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to reset the phone. The phone
will restart after it has been reset
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Qtek 8500
i-Mate Smartflip
Dopod S300
Orange SPV F600
Cingular 3125

Qtek 8600 hard reset

Restore to Default (Hard Reset)

Restore to default settings will remove all settings such as contacts,
tasks, calendar appointments, additionally installed programs, and
setup values in the memory. The phone will be reset to factory default
settings and restart. To avoid the loss of data, you can sync the data
to your computer prior to restoring the default settings. When improper
operations prevent your phone from functioning properly, you can try to
restore to factory default settings.

When the system is unable to startup, you can try to use Hard Reset
to restore to default settings. We recommend that you contact our
customer service representatives before using this function, in order
to avoid damage to your phone and data. If you need to Hard Reset
your phone, please register as a member at the Dopod website and
download the 595 software installation files to reinstall the following
software:
  • Game: Another world, Magic Puz
  • QuickMark
  • MP3 Player
  • 3D menu with Dopod Desktop Theme
  • Cyberon Voice Commander

Action: Using the Restore to Default
  1. Select Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft resetStart
Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset
  1. Select Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Accessories Then press Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset OK button
Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset

Open Accessories.
  1. Select Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Clear Storage
Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset

Go to the Restore to Defaults program.
  1. Enter 1234 Then select Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Yes
Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset

After confirmation, enter 1234 and select Yes. The phone will restart after resetting.

Action: Hard Reset Restore to Default
  1. Press & hold Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Power button
Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset

First, turn off the phone.
  1. At the same time, press & hold the Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Left/Right Soft Key, then press the Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset Power button once.
Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset

Press & hold the Left/Right soft keys, then press the power button once. Wait for the screen to reappear, then release the soft keys.
  1. Press the Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset number key 0 or any other keys to cancel
Qtek 8600 Hard reset Soft reset

Press the number key 0 to confirm restore to defaults, or press any other keys to cancel.
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