Welcome, today we will teach you how to reset or reset a locked LG phone to factory settings. If you have forgotten the unlock sequence and backup PIN, the only way to use your device again is with this method.
Although the method that we will explain to you is reliable and you also have the option of unlocking the phone with a PIN or pattern without losing the information.
It is important that you know that, if you perform a reset or reset to factory settings, all the information that it contained in the internal storage will be deleted . But what if our LG is locked and we cannot do it from the settings?
How to Reset or Reset a Locked LG Phone to Factory Settings?
To reset or reset my LG from boot or Hard Reset you must turn off your mobile device and remove both memory cards, that is, SD and SIM.
Then you must jointly press a combination of keys to initiate the Hard Reset. It will depend exclusively on the model you have, even on the Android operating system. Since the Android operating system has several versions , each one with specific characteristics.
You can find the specific procedure for your model from the LG website by downloading the extended user manual. Next, we will show you some more common ones.
For all of them, once the keys are pressed you must use the Volume keys (+) and (-) to scroll through the options and the power key to confirm. Position yourself on Factory data reset, then on Continue reboot and finally on Yes. Wait for the process to finish and you can start using it.
How to reset or reset my LG from boot – Recent models
Reset G3, G4, Flex, Flex 2, Magna, Spirit, G Pad models
You must turn off your device and remove the SD and SIM cards as we mentioned above. Then press the keys at the same time:
Power on / off + Volume (-)
Then just release the on / off key and press it again until the screen of your LG lights up.
Models with physical central button (Optimus Generation)
Press the Power + Volume (-) + Home keys together . Wait for the screen to turn on and perform the Hard Reset as we mentioned at the beginning.
LG L5 and the like
Press the Volume (-) + On / Off keys at the same time . Wait for the bottom of the screen to light up and press Home until the reset process begins.
LG L5 II and the like
In this case you must use the following key combination:
Volume (+) + Volume (-) + Home . Then press the On / Off key . Then you must press the Volume (+) + Volume (-) + Home keys again until the screen turns on and do the reset.
LG L5 II Dual, L9 and the like
Finally, if you have these LG models, the key combination will be as follows: On / Off + Volume (-) + Home.
How to reset or reset my LG from boot. Old models
LG Optimus 4X HD
Use the Volume (-) + On / Off combination until you see the LG logo. In this case, you should not do anything else.
LG Optimus Black
Jointly press Power On / Off + Volume (-) + G key . This last key is on the left side of the mobile, below the volume keys. You should keep them pressed until you see the reset screen.
LG Optimus 3D P920
For this model, press the Volume keys (-) + 3D Key + On / off . When the screen turns on, release On / Off only. You will now see Wipe data / factory reset. Then it will show you a menu for each screen.
Select Confirm wipe of all user data? THIS CAN NOT BE UNDONE> Yes – delete all user data> Reboot system now.
LG Optimus 2X P990
Press the On / Off + Volume (-) keys for ten seconds. The reset procedure will be performed automatically by itself.
LG Optimus One P500
On / Off + Home + Volume (-) for ten seconds. You should not do anything else.
LG Optimus Me P350
Call + Volume (-) + Hang up / on / off for ten seconds or until you see the screen turn on. Only factory reset starts.
LG Optimus Chic E720
On / Off + Volume (+) + Volume (-) until the screen turns on.
LG Optimus PRADA 3.0 P940
Power on / off + Camera + Volume (-) until the mobile screen turns on.
We hope this guide on how to restore or reset a locked LG phone has been helpful to you.
To avoid losing all the information you have, it is recommended that before resetting the phone you create a backup of your data.