There are three kinds of reset that you can perform on your device when the device’s operating system stops responding or the system becomes corrupted. Depending on the situation, a warm boot, clean boot, or cold boot can be performed.
This will restart your device and adjust memory allocation. All records and entries are retained after a warm boot. Unsaved data in open programs may in some cases be lost.
Remove the stylus from its holder.
Use the stylus to press the RESET button located at the opening of the stylus compartment.
This will erase all records and entries, delete all programs you have added, and restore the device default factory settings. Never perform a cold boot unless a warm or clean boot does not correct your problem. When you perform a cold boot, the date and time settings are not retained. Formats, preferences, and other settings are restored to their default factory settings.
Hold down the power button.
While holding down the power button, gently press the tip of the stylus to the reset button located on the rear of the device.
A clean boot allows your device will do a registry cleanup and reset all the system to the factory default.
Hold down the right and left scanner trigger buttons.
While holding down the scanner trigger buttons, gently press the tip of the stylus to the reset button located on the rear of the device.