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    The factory reset/complete wipe/start again options available?

    Hey all,
    I've decided that I'm going to start afresh with my Prime. While it generally works I'm getting random reboots and I'm getting a little fed up with browser performance. I admit I've been swayed by using an ipad (2 or 3rd gen I wasn't sure) which just seemed to load web pages instantly and I'm disgruntled that my prime doesn't do that.

    I've done cold boots but it doesn't make any difference. Turning off javascript does increase the speed so I know the wifi isn't maxed out (although I don't know if it's 'bust') but it's still not 'fast' and I'm not about to use my prime with it turned off.

    So I want to do the factory reset or whatever it is that gets me to a fresh tablet with just ice cream sandwich and latest firmwares installed. Can someone just clarify how this is done? I'm going to use app backup to restore anything I need afterwards. I know how to do a cold boot, is it the same process but going for data wipe instead?

    The second reason I'm posting this and not just doing a search on how to do it is because I am going to video it as part of my youtube coverage and would like to hear your suggestions, comments and anything you would like me to maybe try while I do the video.

    Thanks,

    Felix

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    The best explanation is by Janner:http://www.transformerforums.com/for...ory-reset.html

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    that would be awesome if you made a youtube video while doing the factory reset. cant waite to see it

 

 

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