A bad update or even a wrong shutdown can cause our Xiaomi to not work properly. That it does not turn on or what your screen gets looped at the MIUI logo, are some of these failures that are usually resolved with a hard reset.
known as bootloop, is usually the most common failure after updating our Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO that contains errors or was not correct. The symptoms of this failure are none other than the inability to turn on the device, since it remains in a loop, restarting every time the Xiaomi logo appears on the screen.
In general, this fault is usually solved with what is known as hard reset, a factory reset for those cases in which we do not have access to the terminal configuration. East requires us to execute a combination of buttons which we will explain below.
Yes indeed, Doing a Hard Reset entails losing all our data, since this process delete our data, settings and installed applications. That is why it is always advisable to make regular backups of our smartphone.
How to do a Hard Reset on our Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO
To start Recovery Mode and do a Hard Reset, you will have to press these buttons.
Whether we have a Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi A3, Redmi Note 8 or any other smartphone, to perform a Hard Reset on our Xiaomi We just have to perform the following steps:
- Turn off the mobile completely.
- After that we will turn it on by pressing simultaneously the buttons of Power + Volume Up. We will keep these pressed until the Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO logo is shown on the screen.
- After that, our smartphone will enter its Recovery Mode where using the volume buttons we will have to go to the option “Wipe Data” (to enter we will press the power button).
- Then we go into “Wipe All Data” and then we will confirm the process in “Confirm“.
- Finally we will restart the terminal.
Thus we will be able to do a hard reset on our Xiaomi, solving bugs such as not turning on or being in an infinite loop at the logo, that is, a bootloop.