I made a post couple of years back on how to Factory reset or Hard Reset your Q Mobile if the screen is broken or doesn’t work. Since then I have been getting requests on how to Hard Reset a Q Mobile i10. So here’s a small post on how to Factory Reset the Q Mobile i10. I think the same procedure should work on all I Series Q Mobile phones. I hope you find it useful.
It happened to me, just three weeks back. The micro SD card in my QMobile Noir A10 got corrupted. I tried removing and placing it again and again in its bay but it just wouldn’t budge. Although it did ask me to format it at the cost of loosing all my data which I did not. Finally, I placed it in my laptop’s memory card reader bay and tried to read it using various apps like Pandora Recovery and MiniTool Power Data Recovery, but since the computer could not recognize the card, reading it was out of question. So here’s what I did:
Disclaimer. I have no affiliation with Q Mobile in any ways except that I am using one of their products and this post is not about marketing their stuff. I am what they call a “loyal customer”.
I have been using Android smartphones for a couple of years and now I think I am addicted to them. There’s loads of apps available for free, the features are great, you remain connected anywhere, anytime, there’s maps (online and offline), great camera, WhatsApp, Viber, Skype. Man it’s a world out there. Previously it was HTC or Samsung, but now my choice has shifted to Q Mobile. Here are some reasons why I would prefer Q Mobile smart phones over any other brand.
Here’s the worst situation one can come across. Your Q Mobile screen is broken, it isn’t working and you have to get it to the repair shop for a new touch-screen. But you need to reset the phone and wipe out all data. What to do? Even the front screen buttons aren’t working. The only thing working is the volume up/down keys and the power button. Fret not, just follow these steps.