Method 3: Android SDK tools
Android hard-set app works on any Android devices, including the crasheddevices. The only prerequisite is that you have turn on the USB debuggingmode.Step 1: Download Android SDK Manager from Google developer website and installit on your PC. Connect your Android phone to the computer with a USB cable.Step 2: Launch Android SDK Manager, check the box in front of Android SDKTools and uncheck other boxes. Click on the Install button at bottom rightcorner of the interface to install SDK tools on your computer.Step 3: Locate to platform-tools folder in Android SDK tools installationdirectory. Hold Shift key and right-click on your mouse and choose Opencommand prompt here.Step 4: Type adb reboot recovery in the command window to reboot your Androidhandset into recovery mode.Step 5: Then you can remove your handset and execute method 2 to hard resetAndroid device.
Method 4: Android Device Manager
This is the only way to Android hard reset remotely. And the prerequisite isyour smartphone has connected to internet and added Google account.Step 1: Access Google’s Android Device Manager Website in a browser and signin the same Google account.Step 2: ADM will search your handset on the map automatically. When it wasfound, you should click on the Erase button to continue.Step 3: Then a confirm dialog will pop up; you need to click on the Erasebutton again to execute factory reset.Android Device Manager is a powerful tool. Even if your handset is offlinenow, it will perform the factory reset once your phone connects internet.
3. Recover Android Data after hard reset
Hard reset Android will delete all personal data. Don’t worry! Tipard AndroidData Recovery could recover and restore deleted data and files. It could scanthe whole internal storage and allow you to select any data for recovery.Moreover, this tool could recover the original files but not thumbnail.Android Data Recovery works well on any Android devices, even it crashed orbroken.
Part 1: “This device was reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account
that was previously synced on this device.” What’s the Problem?This error occurs typically when the Android phone’s default Factory ResetProtection (FRP) gets activated, due to some mishap or accidental factoryreset. It is a security protocol offered by the Android OS to its user toreset the phone/device outside of the built-in settings feature.If you wish to acknowledge the reset initiation, then all you are required todo is enter your Google account credentials and start using the Android phonefrom scratch. But if you wish to keep your settings on the phone intact orforgot your login information, then you can bypass the Google sign-in optionthrough a variety of fixes, which we will discuss in the latter part of thearticle.* * *
Part 2: How to Bypass “This device was reset. To continue, sign in with a
Google Account that was previously synced on this device”?There are three methods to fix the factory reset protection protocol andbypass the Google account sign-in, which we have stated in the list below: * Method 1: Fix FRP through the OEM Unlocking feature. * Method 2: Use FRP Bypass APK to fix Google Account Verification. * Method 3: Reset the device.
Method 3: Reset the device:
If you are still unable to bypass the Google sign-in lock and do not rememberthe login credentials of your Google account, then the logical solution is toperform a hard reset of the device. Follow the instructions below to reset theAndroid device: * If you are using a Samsung phone, then press and simultaneously hold the Power button, Volume Up button, and the Home button(located at the bottom of the screen); * You are required to keep holding the buttons until you see a booting display on the screen; * Select the “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option and proceed further; * Now select the “Yes â Delete all user data” option; * Select through the power button the option: Reboot System Now.* * *
Power reset/restart and Factory Data Reset steps
Android TV: Pre-setup requirements
Before you start setting up your Android TV, you need to make a note of a fewthings that you will need. Check that you have the following: * A Wi-Fi internet connection * A Google accountIf your TV doesn’t have Android TV built-in, you’ll need: * An external Android TV device * One TV or monitor that has HDMI ports and supports High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) * One HDMI cable (usually provided within the box)If you have all these prerequisites in place, you are now ready to startsetting up your new Android TV. These are three ways you can do that: usingyour Android phone, using your Android TV remote, or using your computer.Related: The best Android TV boxes you can getWe’ll detail all those methods bellow. If you’ve already completed the initialset up of your Android TV and want to jump straight to the other sections, youcan do so by choosing the appropriate option from the menu on the left.
How to set up an Android TV using the remote?
* When your TV says, “Quickly set up your TV with your Android phone?” use your remote to choose Skip. * Connect to Wi-Fi. * You might need to wait for the system to update. * Choose Sign in and then use your remote. * Sign in to your Google Account (you can also skip this step and do it later). * Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the setup.
If you don’t like the way your Android TV’s home screen is arranged, you canchange the channels you see by default and rearrange the home screen apps.To add or remove existing channels — the icons on the left of your home screen— scroll right to the bottom of the home screen. Here, you’ll see an optioncalled Customize Your Channels. Tap on it to rearrange your preferences.To re-order apps and adjust autoplay settings for previews that you see onyour home screen, navigate to Settings > Device Preferences. Here, you’ll findoptions to enable/disable video and audio previews as well as rearrange appsfor your Android TV’s home screen.
Google Assistant and voice search
Most Android TV remotes these days come with a dedicated Google Assistantbutton for voice search and navigation. Google Assistant is built into yourAndroid TV, and you can activate it by pressing the Assistant or microphonebutton on your remote. To make sure the Assistant can hear you, speak into themicrophone on your remote. Some premium Android TVs also let you summon GoogleAssistant with the “Ok, Google” or “Hey, Google” wake words that you’d use ona smart speaker.Also read: Google Assistant guide: Make the most of your virtual assistantYou can ask Google Assistant to quickly find and play your favorite shows, getanswers from the internet, and control your smart home devices. It can evencontrol playback and volume as well as switch off your Android TV with voicecommands. You will find a full list of what you can ask Google Assistant here.
Android TV setup: Apps to get started
Adamya Sharma / Android AuthorityYour Android TV comes pre-loaded with various popular streaming apps, so youwon’t need to install things like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. You also getGoogle Play Movies & TV and Google Play Games pre-installed. Having all theseapps already in there is great, but you might want to consider installing thebelow-mentioned apps to get started with your Android TV.”