How-To Hard Reset Motorola FlipOut MB511

May 8th, 2014 by

Hard reset Motorola FlipOut using this handy guide and you will return your FlipOut back to its original factory settings. To hard reset FlipOut, simply follow our simple steps below or follow along with this how-to video.

What will a hard reset do to my phone? Hard reset will restore your smartphone to its basic factory settings. It will:

  • Erase all user data
  • Erase all firmware settings
  • Erase all applications installed by user
  • Erase the content in internal storage

Reasons why you might need to hard reset Motorola FlipOut phone?

  • Reset and disable Screen lock
  • Might resolve freezing issues
  • Might resolve slow problem with no or slow response of your phone
  • Might resolve unexpected Application crashes
  • Wipes personal data phone before you sell your phone or after you buy one

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WARNING: Make sure to backup your FlipOut phone before you proceed with a hard reset – it will erase all of the data on your phone.

Steps to hard reset your Motorola FlipOut:

  1. POWER OFF your FlipOut phone
  2. Remove and replace the battery
  3. Press and hold the X button and the POWER button together, release the POWER button and hold the X button until you see the TRIANGLE, then release the X button
  4. Press the POWER button to get in RECOVERY menu
  5. Press the VOLUME DOWN to reach WIPE DATA/FACTORY RESET and press the ENTER button to confirm
  6. Again use the VOLUME DOWN button to reach the YES – DELETE ALL USER DATA and confirm with the ENTER button
  7. Then choose REBOOT SYSTEM NOW with the ENTER button
  8. Your FlipOut phone has been completely reset to its original factory settings.

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