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Old May 11th, 2012, 07:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cannot factory reset my Aocos Android tablet

Hi, there. I am posting this here since there is not a specific section for Aocos tablets.
The thing is I am trying to factory reset my Aocos N19 tablet and it does not seem to work. I have Android 2.3 installed. This is what happens:

1.When I try to factory reset via software (that is using settings--Privacy--Factory data reset) the thing powers off every time. It happens as soon as I press the "Erase everything" button, so I cannot do anything else. It does not block the tablet, it just shuts it down, so I have to turn it back on. Tried many time and still not working.

2. When I try to go on the hardware side nothing happens. I turn off the tablet, whith the power cable pluged and press power and volume up buttons and nothing. The table wont turn on. If anythiing it gets blocked and I have to pinch the reset button and then I can turn on the tablet.

Could it be a conflicting service that I have to turn off, of any app?

I will very much appreciate any help you can give me.

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Old May 12th, 2012, 05:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi, there. I am posting this here since there is not a specific section for Aocos tablets.
There isn't, not for Aocos. There's only specific sections for the more popular Chinese tablet brands like Huawei, Lenovo and ZTE.

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The thing is I am trying to factory reset my Aocos N19 tablet and it does not seem to work. I have Android 2.3 installed. This is what happens:

1.When I try to factory reset via software (that is using settings--Privacy--Factory data reset) the thing powers off every time. It happens as soon as I press the "Erase everything" button, so I cannot do anything else. It does not block the tablet, it just shuts it down, so I have to turn it back on. Tried many time and still not working.

2. When I try to go on the hardware side nothing happens. I turn off the tablet, whith the power cable pluged and press power and volume up buttons and nothing. The table wont turn on. If anythiing it gets blocked and I have to pinch the reset button and then I can turn on the tablet.

Could it be a conflicting service that I have to turn off, of any app?

I will very much appreciate any help you can give me.
Sound like the tablet's software is buggy. It's one of the usual problems with the cheaper off-brand Chinese devices. Software updates might be on the manufacturer's website aocos.cn if you can read Chinese that is.
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