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How to Factory Reset A BlackBerry Z30

Posted by RecomHub on February 9, 2015

It’s important to factory reset a BlackBerry Z30 before you go to sell the device to protect yourself from having information stolen.There two best ways to factory reset your Blackberry Z30 Smartphone. These two options are the best to completely wipe your device and will remove all the data from your device. Another reason to factory reset a Blackberry Z30 is because some apps may not be working correctly or the smartphone has been functioning a little slow. By conducting a factory reset on the BlackBerry Z30, it can fix some of the issues and bugs that you may be facing.

The factory reset on a Blackberry Z30 is almost similar to other devices like the Blackberry Z10, but there are two different ways to wipe you data. Not resetting your Blackberry Z30 to factory settings can be risky if you want to sell your Blackberry Z30 and the reason are mentioned below.

But doing a master reset on the Blackberry Z30 using the following methods will completely remove all your personal data including your credit cards, banks accounts, contacts, pictures, emails and others apps. Below are directions to factory reset the Blackberry Z30 using the two different methods:

 

 

Blackberry Z30 Smartphone Reset, Method 1:
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  1. Go to “Settings
  2. Then “Security
  3. Followed by “Privacy” and select “Security Wipe

 

Blackberry Z30 Smartphone Reset, Method 2:

  1. Go to “Search”, and then enter “Wipe
  2. This will take you to the Blackberry Security Wipe screen
  3. Enter the word “‘blackberry” when prompted, then approve the security wipe

 

 

 

These steps should help you reset your BlackBerry Z30 back to factory settings. Here is a YouTube video to help reset the Blackberry Z30 back to factory settings:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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