Formatting your Vivo phone can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. This guide will walk you through the formatting process with pictures and easy to follow instructions. Formatting your Vivo phone is simple with this step-by-step guide.
1. Removing the battery cover
The first step in formatting your vivo phone is to remove the battery cover. This is a simple process that can be done by following these steps: (1) find the notch on the top of the phone and (2) use your fingers or a coin to pry the battery cover open. There are no screws or other hardware that need to be removed, so this step can be completed in just a few seconds.
2. Removing the battery
The first step in formatting your Vivo phone is to remove the battery. This is a necessary step because you will need to insert the battery later in the process. There are two ways to remove the battery: the first is to use the button on the side of the phone and the second is to use a tool like the provided Vivo pin. If you are using the button method, you will need to hold the power button and the volume down button simultaneously for a few seconds. If you are using the Vivo pin method, you will need to insert the pin into the hole on the back of the phone and push down until the battery pops out.
3. Removing the SIM card
If you’re using a Vivo phone that has a physical SIM card, you’ll need to remove it before you begin the formatting process. This is usually done by using a SIM ejector tool that came with your phone. If you don’t have the ejector tool, you can use a paperclip or a pen with a narrow opening. Simply insert the tool or pen into the small hole on the SIM card tray and push until the SIM card pops out.
4. Removing the SD card
A lot of people might not be aware that their phone has a SD card slot. If you want to remove the SD card, all you have to do is push and hold the card ejection button and pull the card out. The card will pop out a little, so you’ll have to use some force to remove it.
5. Putting the SIM card back in
1. Power off your Vivo phone by holding down the Power button 2. Remove the back cover of your phone by gently prying it open with a fingernail or a tool such as a guitar pick 3. Take the SIM card out of the tray and set it aside 4. Use the pointed end of the SIM ejector tool to push the tray back into your phone 5. Replace the back cover of your phone and power it on 6. After your phone has booted up, open the Settings app and tap Cellular & SIM 7. Tap SIM Card and enter your phone number 8. Tap the dots next to SIM 1 or SIM 2 and select your network carrier
Formatting your phone is the only way to bring it back to its factory settings, and restore your device to a completely fresh state. Your Vivo phone will be as good as new again after following these easy steps.