Lenovo A6000 Plus

May 12, 2015 | Filed in: Android.

How to enter Lenovo A6000 Plus Recovery Mode, Hard reset / Wipe and remove forgotten unlock pattern.

Recovery Mode Lenovo A6000 Plus

  1. Turn off the device
  2. Press and hold Volume UP key and Power Key for a few seconds
  3. Release all key when you see Android System Recovery
  4. Use Volume key to select Menu
  5. Use Power key to Confirm or Execute Menu

Hard reset Lenovo A6000 Plus from External hardware keys

  1. In Recovery Mode select wipe data / factory reset
  2. press Power key to confirm
  3. select Yes — delete all user data, press power key to confirm
  4. select Reboot system now to finish hard reset

Hard reset using Settings Menu

  1. Turn on the device
  2. Select Apps
  3. Select Settings
  4. Select Backup and reset
  5. Select Factory data reset
  6. Select Reset device
  7. Select Erase Everything
  8. Select Ok

Warning! If you perform a hard reset, make sure to back up important data. The data can not be recovered after perform a hard reset.  If you forgot your unlock pattern, It will remove your forgotten pattern unlock.

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4 comments on “Lenovo A6000 Plus

  1. suresh says:

    My mobile not showing home screen when I turn on, it shows logo that too for a fraction of second after that it goes blank. Tried hard reset by holding vol up + power button it didn’t respond, just I can feel the vibration when I do after that nothing happening. Please help me

    • Kireina says:

      For your case, I only recommend you to flash your firmware with original firmware. I found some case like that.. and to solve it are only reflashing the firmware. Maybe the firmware corrupted or infected by a virus.

  2. sneha says:

    Forgotten my password on lenovo A6000+
    I don’t want to lose my data.
    Please help

  3. Mahtab alam azad says:

    My Kenobi a6000+ was heated in sunlight and switched off then I tried for switch on but not switch on.my mobile is automatically on off mode.charging is showing but not switched on what is the problem ……….

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