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Published 11 months agoWed, 06 Feb 2019 14:05:39 -0800

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Tags: Data, Operating Systems, Phone, Soft Reset, Hard Reset

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On my phone in the content-management systems what is the difference between doing a hard reset versus a soft reset?

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Think of a soft reset as a restart. A hard reset means you're intentionally and forcibly clearing the RAM. This will also reset the settings to factory defaults in most of the cases. This reset means there is nothing more left than stuff that was on the phone when it was assembled in the factory.

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