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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Symbian - SOFT RESET

The soft reset is a non-destructive troubleshooting tactic that generally lets you retain all of your settings, files, and applications, as well as any data stored in memory, but close running applications, sever the network connection, and re-establish communication between the device and the computer. The easiest way to soft reset any Nokia is to simply pull the battery. As long as you’re not in the middle of an update, a battery pull is generally safe to do. Just slip off the battery cover, remove the battery for a few seconds, and then reinsert the battery and power on the phone.

You can also perform a soft reset of your Nokia Symbian device, including the E6, by launching the dialer, entering *#7780#, and selecting Yes. Another way to reset your Nokia is to press the Home button, Menu, Settings, Phone, Phone Management, Factory Settings, and then select Restore. Unlike the battery pull, this operation resets some phone settings, including profiles, themes, and shortcuts, but preserves your contacts, calendar entries, ringtones, installed apps, photos, files, themes, and notes.

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