Hard reset Huawei E5331

Steps to reset Huawei E5331 to factory settings

1. For battery powered devices, the device should not be connected to the wall charger/usb cable
2. Remove the battery cover
3. Find a paperclip or a pen, small enough to fit into the reset pinhole
4. Press and hold the reset button in the pinhole for 5 seconds




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Hard reset Huawei E960

Steps to reset Huawei E960 to factory settings

1. For battery powered devices, the device should not be connected to the wall charger/usb cable
2. Remove the battery cover
3. Find a paperclip or a pen, small enough to fit into the reset pinhole
4. Press and hold the reset button in the pinhole for 5 seconds




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Hard reset Huawei 102HW Ultra WiFi 4G

Steps to reset Huawei 102HW Ultra WiFi 4G to factory settings

1. For battery powered devices, the device should not be connected to the wall charger/usb cable
2. Remove the battery cover
3. Find a paperclip or a pen, small enough to fit into the reset pinhole
4. Press and hold the reset button in the pinhole for 5 seconds




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Hard reset NETGEAR MBR1200

To perform a hard reset of your Netgear MBR1200:


1. Find the Restore/Reset button on your router(usually located in a pinhole on the back of the router).
2. Use a paperclip or pencil tip to press and hold the button until the Power led starts to blink. It usually takes between 7 and 9 seconds.




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Hard reset NETGEAR Orbi

To perform a hard reset of your Netgear Orbi:


1. Find the Restore/Reset button on your router(usually located in a pinhole on the back of the router).
2. Use a paperclip or pencil tip to press and hold the button until the Power led starts to blink. It usually takes between 7 and 9 seconds.




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Hard reset NETGEAR Nighthawk AX8

To perform a hard reset of your Netgear Nighthawk AX8:


1. Find the Restore/Reset button on your router(usually located in a pinhole on the back of the router).
2. Use a paperclip or pencil tip to press and hold the button until the Power led starts to blink. It usually takes between 7 and 9 seconds.




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Hard reset NETGEAR Orbi Outdoor Satellite

To perform a hard reset of your Netgear Orbi Outdoor Satellite:


1. Find the Restore/Reset button on your router(usually located in a pinhole on the back of the router).
2. Use a paperclip or pencil tip to press and hold the button until the Power led starts to blink. It usually takes between 7 and 9 seconds.




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Hard reset NETGEAR RangeMax N150

To perform a hard reset of your Netgear RangeMax N150:


1. Find the Restore/Reset button on your router(usually located in a pinhole on the back of the router).
2. Use a paperclip or pencil tip to press and hold the button until the Power led starts to blink. It usually takes between 7 and 9 seconds.




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Hard reset NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR500

To perform a hard reset of your Netgear Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR500:


1. Find the Restore/Reset button on your router(usually located in a pinhole on the back of the router).
2. Use a paperclip or pencil tip to press and hold the button until the Power led starts to blink. It usually takes between 7 and 9 seconds.




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Hard reset NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router with Powerline AV

To perform a hard reset of your Netgear N300 Wireless Router with Powerline AV:


1. Find the Restore/Reset button on your router(usually located in a pinhole on the back of the router).
2. Use a paperclip or pencil tip to press and hold the button until the Power led starts to blink. It usually takes between 7 and 9 seconds.




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