If you have a Chinese Android smartphone, you may find a recovery menu written in Chinese characters when restoring or formatting the device. You can’t estimate every option on the Chinese menu.
Here we show you what each option in the recovery menu means. First, you need to turn off your device and enter recovery mode, usually by pressing the volume down and power buttons at the same time. If that doesn’t work, use a search engine to find your device and check how to get into recovery mode.
The correct option for the Chinese menu for factory reset or “wipe data factory reset” is the one that ends in “MMC” or “eMMC”. Use the volume up and volume down keys to navigate this option, use the touch screen if available on your phone, and press the power button to access this option.
The letters “MMC” or “eMMC” do not appear on some devices purchased in China. In that case, the correct option is the third option in the end.
Followings are the translation of the menu items from Chinese to English:
- – 动 测试 (Dynamic test)
- – 单项 测试 (Simple tests)
- – 测试 报告 (Test report)
- – 调试 测试 项 (Debug test)
- – 清除 闪存 (Format)
- – 版本 信息 (Version Information)
- – 重启 手机 (Restart device)
A screen will appear with many NOs and a Chinese YES. Obviously, with the volume keys again, go to YES, which will be the only different option, and press the power button to confirm.
After finishing the format, again, with the volume keys, go to the “reboot system now,” which is the last option in the Chinese menu, the one below, and press the power button.
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