Motorola Droid :: Wipe All Information From Phone?

Dec 5, 2009

I found this option.

Under privacy there is a factory data reset. I assume this will remove all of it.

Motorola Droid :: Wipe all information from Phone?


HTC Hero :: Wipe All Information And Data When ROM Update From TMobile

Oct 20, 2009

1. What's ROM stand for and what is it?

2. I've got a new ROM update from T-Mobile but when I run the install it says "This will wipe all your information and data". What's all that about?

3. Might be my router but when I enable WiFi and try to connect to it, it connects for a minute or so then disappears and then will come up shortly after saying "WiFi networks available" but it won't connect to the router.

4. Is it worth messing about with custom ROMs?

5. There's a battery issue, sometimes it will last ages and sometimes it won't last very long at all. I've heard Android keeps programs running after you've shut them down, so how do I close them properly?

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Motorola Droid :: How Do I Wipe Out Phone

Jul 21, 2010

im giving the phone to my wife when i get my x. so i wanted to know if there is a way i can wipe teh phone back to stock so she can start on clean slate.

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Motorola Droid X :: How To Wipe Phone?

Aug 9, 2010

How do I wipe my phone? I just got my replacement today and I want to wipe the defective unit before I return it. Can I wipe the SD card at the same time? I also just noticed that while Backup Assistant synced my contacts names, it did not sync anything else. So I just have a lot of empty contacts. Well the phone I'm returning can't access the network now so I won't be able to sync anyways. Is there a way to grab the contacts folder from the phone and place it into my new one?

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Motorola Droid :: Pattern Lock On Phone / Return Information?

May 22, 2010

I am concern that if I lose my phone, and it is found by an honest person, they will not know how to return it. So I was wondering if anyone knows how to display return information if the pattern lock is on?

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Motorola Milestone :: Unable To Transfer All Information To Phone / How To Do

Jul 12, 2010

I switch to milestone after year with nokia. which the last one was 5800
the best thing about the nokia is that i could transfer all my info easily between the phones
now i cant transfer all the info i collect all this years yo the milestone

i synced between my nokia to Microsoft outlook and now ho i can transfer all the info to my milestone.
i have to transfer my contacts and calender or ill get crazy.

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Motorola Droid :: Wipe All Data For New ROM?

Feb 25, 2010

i installed the new smoked glass 4.5. To do so i had to restore all defaultes including all my apps. Do i have to this everytime i flash a new rom? I read for other phone you have to. is this the case for the moto too?

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Motorola Droid X :: Wipe Data Before Fro Yo OTA?

Sep 14, 2010

I'm unrooted and just running Launcher Pro Plus. Is there any benefit to wiping phone before getting the 2.2 OTA update? It's really annoying to have to re setup everything you know? Just wondering.

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Motorola Droid :: When To Wipe Rom Manager?

Mar 29, 2010

When using rom manager when do you need to wipe and when don't you? So far, I have wiped data anytime I switch to a different rom. I am currently using Ultimate Droid. If I want to try some of the things offered in the ultimate droid customizer, do I need to wipe when changing any of those? Or how about cyanogenmod? I have a nandroid backup of 5.0.5.3. Can I restore that version (with a wipe of course), update to .4 (without a wipe because I have all my apps loaded and settings set the way I want), then try some of the kernals without wiping? Basically, with all the combinations, what are some examples of when you would and wouldn't wipe data?

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Motorola Droid X :: Anyway To Wipe Autocorrect

Aug 11, 2010

Often when typing I'll type "i" and it doesn't autocorrect to "I," and there's no option to specify capitalization. Also, it won't autocorrect "Im" or "im" to "I'm" AT ALL. How do I fix this? As many times as I click "I'm" in the autocorrect bar it does not save.

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HTC Droid Eris :: Wipe Phone Lose 3G ?

Aug 6, 2010

What is that sticky post about ? How many of us have wiped our phones and NOT lost 3G ? It would be one thing if that post said you "might" lose it, but it says you "will" lose 3G. So not true. Fact is, I did it to my phone yesterday. Twice Guess what I still have ?

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Motorola Droid :: Wipe / Data - Sholes 2.0.3

Feb 12, 2010

I'm usings SM Updater, it's asking me if I want to wipe /data and says to do so if I'm running 2.1. I don't know what Sholes 2.0.3 is based off or if I should do this b/c the rom is different than stock?

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Motorola Droid :: Wipe Baseband Data - What Does It Do?

Aug 23, 2010

wipe baseband data - what does it do?

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Motorola Droid :: Need Baseband / Wipe Data

Jul 29, 2010

Do I have to wipe data and cache just to install my new baseband? I really dont wanna have to go through the steps to get my phone back to the way it is now.

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Motorola Droid :: Need Wipe To Install New Rom Through ROM Manager?

Aug 20, 2010

I am running Lithium with the Alternate Black Theme right now. I want to stick with Lithium but I want to try a different theme. Would it be easier to just download the theme and install over it or would it be okay to install a whole new ROM through ROM Manager?

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Motorola Droid :: Is It Ever A Good Idea To Wipe SD

Jun 12, 2010

I was going to try a new ROM today, but since my last 2.2 update returned an "error" about not having an app2sd partition (and my SD card is getting somewhat "junky" anyway), I was thinking of just wiping the entire contents and reformatting prior to flashing.I made a mirror copy of my current SD contents to my computer (just in case), but I'm not sure if reformatting the SD is a bad idea.I'm also not sure at which point during the entire re-flashing process I should perform the reformat.Can anyone shed their opinion on if and when to do something like this?

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HTC Incredible :: Safest Way To Wipe Droid Phone Before Selling?

Apr 26, 2010

I pre-ordered an Incredible and I plan to sell my Eris. I scanned through some posts and I see that there have been just a couple of short responses to this question in other forums, so I will ask the question here in the hope that it is useful to others. Question: for safety/privacy, is it adequate to wipe my Eris via the following method before selling it? Settings --> Security --> Factory Data Reset

Do I need to do more, or will this cover it?

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Motorola Droid :: Wipe Data / Cache Before Flash New Rom

Aug 10, 2010

Wanted to wipe data/cache before i flashed a new rom..so i did it in recovery..but after i did it and rebooted, when i got to the "touch android to begin" the touch wouldnt register..what's the problem? tired it a few times and was the same.

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Motorola Droid :: Data And Cache Wipe Before Installing Rom

Oct 6, 2010

I'm considering installing a rom and I've heard that doing a data and cache wipe is the proper thing to do to ensure success. What I'm concerned about is how easy it is to restore/re-do all of your settings like ringtones, notification settings, app settings etc. How long does it usually take you to set up your phone again after installing the new rom?

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Motorola Droid :: Wipe And Delete Data & Cache?

Aug 5, 2010

If you do not root, you could go from 2.0.1 to 2.1 with no wiping of data and cache, it just installs & away you go. Same with 2.1 to 2.2. No wiping of data and cache and all is still there as you left it: apps, settings, preferences, etc. SO, why is it important to do this if you root? What's the difference? And, who said it was important to do? Is there some exact proven logic on why if your rooted you must do this and if not, your somehow fine? That 1 step difference causes a lot of extra work, so I am wondering why this is said to be a must for rooters and non rooters need not do it when they get updates?

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Motorola Droid :: Factory Reset With Data Wipe

Apr 8, 2010

After I received the OTA to 2.1 I have noticed more lag when scrolling between home screens, using 2D games is painful with the framerate reduction, and many items that are running in the background without me ever starting them. I also cannot seem to keep them closed either. I can also say that I am getting worse battery life now than I was with 2.0.1. I was wondering what would actually happen if I rebooted into Recovery Mode and did a Factory Reset with Data Wipe. Would this possibly help with the update causing these problems that were not there before?

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Motorola Droid :: Full Wipe Required For ROM Installation?

Aug 4, 2010

Rooted tonight, and playing with ROM Manager and Bugless Beast V0.4 (Froyo). I'm wondering when installing a ROM using RM, it asks if you want to do a backup and wipe before installing. I have already done a backup and don't really want to start over with a completely blank slate once Bugless is installed. Is it possible to just install a ROM without doing a wipe first? If possible, should it still be avoided to prevent issues? Basically just wondering if a full wipe is needed/recommended before installing a new ROM.

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Motorola Droid :: Does Factory Reset Wipe SD Card?

Jul 17, 2010

I did a quick search but can't find the answer. I did a factory reset and my dumb azz forgot to delete the SD card first. Does the reset wipe it also? I am going to sell my droid since I have a droid X. Sorry for a stupid question it its been posted.

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Motorola Droid X :: Way To Facilitate Restoring Of Stuff After Wipe?

Oct 13, 2010

i noticed that the majority of ROMs (if not all of them) require you to wipe system/data/cache before you install. my understanding is that doing this will basically reset your phone back to what it was when you first got it. i want to install a ROM, but really don't want to have to go and install all my apps again and fix all the settings for each etc. i noticed in Titanium Backup that you can backup apps, system or both. if i were to back up both and then install the ROM, when the phone rebooted, could i just install Titanium Backup and restore apps and system? would return my phone to how it was before i wiped? if this is false, are there any other ways to facilitate the restoring of stuff after wipe?

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Motorola Droid :: FRG22 To BB 0.4 / Important To Wipe Before Flashing?

Aug 12, 2010

I am running FRG22 rom from peteralfonso and want to try out his BB 0.4, is crucial to wipe before flashing. What would happen if I don't?

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Motorola Droid X :: Possible To Copy Information From An Email?

Jul 20, 2010

Is it possible to copy information from an email? Coming from a BB, when I received a link in an email I could directly click it to view the site. I can't do that on the droid or copy the link to paste in a browser

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Motorola Droid X :: Dead Pixel But Already Put Wrapsol On Now Need To Do Master Wipe

Aug 7, 2010

I called up service just now and looks like I have a dead pixel that a battery pull didn't make go away. I am annoyed now because I will have to do what they called a master wipe or something and all the customizing I have done will be gone. I don't even know what I am doing but I will just go to the store by work to have them walk me through it.Is there anything I need to know about a master wipe and keeping all my stuff intact?
Is there something that wrapsol will do now that my nicely protected and wrapped phone is going back to the verizon God's?I also told them about the 2 times in the last week the phone went to sleep/blacked the screen while scrolling through the home pages without hitting a button or anything and they said neither the pixel or the phone going blank are known issues

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Motorola Droid :: Need To Wipe Data And Cache Before Installing Theme?

Apr 13, 2010

Im running CyanogenMod 5.0.5.7 with BlackIceTheme right now and im wanting to switch to NexTheme 2.0 so just switching themes not roms i went ahead and downloaded it on rom manager and installed it without wiping data/cache when the phone rebooted it had no signal and still had part of the BlackIce theme and parts of nextheme so no i need to wipe data/cache before installing this theme

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Motorola Droid :: Exchange Email - PIN Locking & Remote Wipe

Nov 4, 2009

I have been trying to get more information on what Android 2.0's capabilities are around its ability to sync with Exchange. My company requires PIN locking and remote wipe in order to sync, but it seems nearly impossible to find out of this is a supported feature within 2.0. Has anyone tried this with a similar set of Exchange policies that may have tested 2.0 or the Droid itself?

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Motorola Droid :: Do You Have To Wipe All Data And Cache Before U Switch Roms

Feb 28, 2010

I am confused about the whole wiping the cache and data. I don't know exactly what cache and data are and that's why I'm confused. Do u have to wipe all data and cache before u switch Roms, if not what happens? I am afraid of losing all of my apps and contacts even tho my gmail will restore my contacts how do I know if it has the contacts saved and how would I get my apps back? One more thing, do u have to make more than one backup if u already have one that u r happy with?

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