Unitech HT680 Device Reset Instructions

Performing a Warm Boot

Warm Boot is a reset to re-boot the HT680 without losing saved data. Perform a warm boot when: The terminal fails to respond. After installing some software applications. After making changes to certain system settings, such as network cards.

WARNING – Performing a Warm Boot will result in the loss of all unsaved data!

Via Software: Locate the file “Windows/Boot.exe” and select “Warm Boot.”

Via Hardware: Using a blunt pin (like an unfolded paper clip), stab the warm-boot pinhole located on the front of the HT680, above the keypad. If there are two pinholes on the front of your device, the warm-boot is the right pinhole.

Performing a Cold Boot

A Cold Boot is used to reset the operating system, restore the terminal back to factory default, and reset the terminal after a bootloader, keyboard, or kernel upgrade.

WARNING – Performing a Cold Boot will return the HT680 to its original factory settings!

Via Software: Locate the file “Windows/Boot.exe” and select Cold Boot.”

Via cold-boot pinhole: Using the same method as the hardware-based warm boot, locate the cold-boot pinhole on the front of your device. It will be the left of the two pinholes.

Via Hardware:

Step 1

Remove the Mian Battery.

Step 2

Switch OFF the Backup Battery.

Step 3

Switch the Backup Battery back ON.

Step 4

Insert the Main Battery.

Step 5

The terminal will be cold started and reset back to factory defaults.

Step 6

Recalibrate the screen and reset the date and time.