On this page, we are going to share with you a complete guide on how to hard reset your Panasonic P50 using recovery mode. Of course, a hard reset will increase your device performance and if you would like to use a fresh phone. Then, you need to hard reset your device, and you will feel that your phone will work very well after the hard reset. Today, we will guide you on how to wipe all data of the P50. You can also bypass screen lock and pattern lock on Panasonic P50 with a hard reset.
We advise you before the hard reset, you need to create a backup of all files and save them in a safe location. Hard reset will affect your Panasonic P50 storage and all data including images, videos, and other documents. So we will not force you, do it on your own risk.
How To Hard Reset On Panasonic P50? Unlock Pattern Forgot Password
Firstly, you need to press the Power key Button to Restart your Panasonic P50. See the below picture:
Now, when your device is vibrating then, you need to hold the Volume Up and Down with Power button together. See the below picture:
If you would like to hard reset on Panasonic P50 using Stock Recovery Mode Option, follow the below steps one by one.
Here, you can use both Volume keys: UP Key and DOWN Key together to choose "wipe data/factory reset"
Now, if you are sure and want to hard reset please confirm using the Power key button. See the below Image:
You can use Volume Keys to select the "wipe data/factory reset option"
if you want to reset your Panasonic P50 with Recovery Mode.
Now, you will select "Yes" using the Power button. See the below picture:
After that, select “Yes — delete all user data” by pressing the Volume Down button. See the below image:
Finally, press the Power button to Reboot the system, and now Press the power button to confirm.
That’s it! You have successfully hard reset on Panasonic P50.
We hope that the above-given steps will help you to hard reset of your Panasonic P50.
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The Hard Reset or Factory Reset process will affect your Panasonic P50 phone data like images, videos, and files. We advise you before start any hard reset, you need to create a backup and save it in a safe location.