After Thanksgiving I realized just how much I used my phone for recipes and cooking. I made mixed drinks, desserts and even whole meals using various apps on my phone, tablet and Windows 8 device. Relatives of mine, who are tech deficient in a few ways, were amazed such tools have been available for some time. One was even amazed their favorite recipe website had it’s own app. So here are TheBlueDot’s favorite cooking/recipe apps!
Getting ready to sell your used cell phone? Our slogan here at TheBlueDot is “forever evolving”, which is exactly what our website has been doing this past year. We have meetings almost weekly on how to improve the trade in page’s design as well as how to implement the same elements into the main website. There was one thing we noticed around the time of the iPhone 5′s release, an increase in Apple iPhone trade in requests. So, launching officially just a few days ago, we made it even easier for you to trade in your used iPhone cell phone!
This guide shows you how to hard reset your Motorola Droid 2. Doing this hard reset will wipe your Droid 2 of all contacts, media and apps on your phone and restore it to its orginal factory settings.
Step 1. Turn off your Droid 2, if frozen remove battery then put it back in.
Step 2. Hold the Power and Home buttons down while your Droid 2 powers up.
Step 3. A screen with an exclamation will appear. Press the Volume Down and Volume Up keys at the same time.
Step 4. On the menu Scroll down to wipe data/factory reset using the Volume Up and Down keys.
Step 5. Press the Power button to confirm your selection.
Step 6. Using the Volume keys scroll down to Yes — delete all user data.
Step 7. Press the Power button to confirm your selection.
Step 8. Your Droid 2 will then complete the hard reset and bring you back to the menu. Simply select reboot system now using the Power key and your Motorola Droid 2 will restart and be returned to its factory settings.
Here are instructions for hard resetting your Samsung Galaxy Prevail M820 phone to its factory settings. The Samsung Galaxy Prevail M820 is highly customizable and you have been hard at work tweaking it to your liking, but now the fun is over and you want to return it to its original settings again.
Here, we show you how to hard reset the Samsung Galaxy Prevail with step by step instructions.
Please note that all data will be deleted from the Samsung Galaxy Prevail when you perform a hard reset. This process may or may not delete data stored on the microSD card. We recommend backing up all of your personal data before proceeding.
First, try this:
- From the main home screen, tap menu
- Tap Settings, then Privacy
- Tap Factory data reset
- Tap Reset phone
- Enter your password if required, then tap Erase everything to confirm
If that doesn’t work, or if your phone is frozen:
- Turn the power off. If your Samsung Galaxy Prevail is frozen, pull the battery out and reinsert it
- Hold the Volume Down button
- Press and release the Power button
- You are now presented with a menu that allows for Fastbook, Recovery, Clear Storage, and Simlock
- Select Clear Storage by pressing the Volume Down button
- Press and release the Power button
- Now simply confirm your decision: Volume Up for YES and Volume Down for NO
All data including third-party applications will be deleted from the Samsung Galaxy Prevail. Once the wipe is complete, the phone will reboot to its factory fresh state.
This guide shows you how to perform a hard reset on a Sprint Htc Hero. By doing this hard reset you will clear your phone of all data and return your phone to its original out of box factory settings.