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clmelsi

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How to hard reset MSI windpad enjoy 7 plus?
« on: 26-January-13, 15:58:12 »

The screen bullet password has been locked after several attempts and it requests me to provide email address & password.
The wifi cannot be on currently, and I have forgotten the password for my email.

I have tried to hard reset, by pressing power & volume down keys together, but it is only the triangle and exclamation mark come out.

I upgraded the firmware, it does not resolve.  Worse is that by pressing power & volume down keys together now, nothing has come out.

What shall I do??
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« Reply #1 on: 28-January-13, 13:37:04 »

The room is so cool.  Any one please??
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« Reply #2 on: 28-January-13, 14:04:40 »

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« Reply #3 on: 28-January-13, 14:44:49 »

Dear Stu,

Thanks.  Will call them and let you know if they could provide any help.
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« Reply #4 on: 29-January-13, 05:56:01 »

Hi Stu,

I have been advised by MSI that for the hard reset shall be:-

a)  Press the power and volume down button and hold it until the green android icon shown up with the trianggle and an exclaimation mark.
b)  After it shows up, press volume up button for only one time.

and I shall be able to go to the setting menu.

I have not tried it yet.  Will try it tonigh and let you know.
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« Reply #5 on: 29-January-13, 15:02:58 »

It sucks.  It won't work.

It has wasted so much of my time trying this...

Will go for branded product in future... will send back to the manufacturer....
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« Reply #6 on: 29-January-13, 15:35:23 »

Then good luck, we can't help in cracking psswords anyway.

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