Cell Phone Wiping

1) BACK UP YOUR DATA!

2) ERASE ALL CONTENT

First ensure that your phone has sufficient battery life to stay on for 20-30 min.  If not, just plug it in

    If you have an iPhone/iPad/iPod:

          a) After backing up your data sign out of iCloud, iTunes, iMessage and the App Store.

          b) Then go to settings, tap General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings.

    If you have an Android Phone or Tablet:

          a) Go to Settings > Backup & Reset > Factory Data Reset.

Rest Assured:

Homeboy Electronics Recycling is a certified Responsible Recycler (R2) and will re-wipe and verify your phone in accordance with the highest standards for data sanitization.

We’ll also properly recycle your SIM/Micro SD card.

Just pop your phone in the envelope and we’ll take care of the rest.

 

How to Erase all data on a Samsung Galaxy S5

This procedure is similar on many Samsung Devices

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 Go to the home screen and Press the APPS icon

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 Swipe to the Settings Icon and Press it

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Under Settings, swipe to the Backup and reset Icon and press it

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Under Backup and Reset press Factory data reset

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Under Factory data reset, Press RESET PHONE

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IF your phone has a password, you will be required to enter it at this time. 

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Now press DELETE ALL.  After about 5-10 minutes all your personal information will be deleted permanently.   

How to Erase all data on a Motorola Moto G

This procedure is similar on many Motorola Devices

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Go to the home screen and Press APPS Icon

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Swipe to the Settings Icon and Press it

 
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Under Settings, swipe to the Backup and reset Icon and press it

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Under Backup and Reset press Factory data reset

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Now press RESET PHONE.  After about 5-10 minutes all your personal information will be deleted permanently.   

 

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