Nokia Lumia 930 – Reset/Recovery Guide Software
Out of all the phones Nokia has released for its Lumia line, the Lumia 930 is most probably the best yet. It packs an impressive set of characteristics like the quad core processor that is clocked at 2.2 GHz. It also comes with the latest Windows Phone 8.1 operating system, so the software side doesn’t fall behind either. However, as high-end as this handset may be, you might still encounter a few problems such the phone not turning on, freezing, or other update or software issues that shouldn’t be happening. In any of these cases, the persisting problem can be eradicated by using the Nokia Software Recovery tool.
You need to know that for this process, you will need Windows 7 on your computer at the very least, or higher versions such as Windows 8. You will need a USB cable to connect your phone to your computer, and also, make sure that you have at least 4 GB of free space on your computer.
The phone itself must have enough battery to get through the process, so to avoid any problems, make sure it’s fully charged before you start. So you won’t have that to worry about. You probably have a lot of files and data that is important to you stored in your device, so before you start, make sure you backup all your important files. It won’t take long, and you’ll have them when the process is over. If not, you’ll lose pretty much everything, as the reset process wipes out personal data from your device.
Getting into the process itself, start by downloading the program from Nokia. Look for the Nokia Software Recovery Tool, and click on it to download it.
Now it’s time to open the Nokia Software Recovery Tool which you have downloaded and installed. After that, go ahead an connect you phone to the computer by using a USB cable (note that you won’t be able to use your device while it undergoes the reset process). After your handset is detected by the software, you will be asked to choose the desired mode. You can choose between Modem and Suite.
If you follow to given instructions on screen, you should be all good. When the reset is finished, your phone will have the latest software update installed, and it will run under the factory settings.
Sources: inferse.com | thenextweb.com