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    Erasing / Clearing Memory

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm new to the tablet scene, and apparently getting the crash course so to speak. Anyway, does anyone know how to clear the memory on one of these machines, for example how do you erase networks or email addresses from your setting areas.

    I basically what it to go back to a factory default set-up.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks

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    (Haipad Mid M701-R only) Go to Settings > Privacy > Factory data reset. This is a one way action, no undo!

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    Thanks,

    It wasn't exactly that, but it got me in the right direction.

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    There is that method from Settings-Factory Reset (slightly different on various machines), or there is always trying to figure out how to get into the bootloader and doing it from there. If you can install Clockword it allows you to do a true factory reset and clear the dalvik cache.
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