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Old 11-18-2010, 09:04 PM   #7
p_a_smith
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Originally Posted by PeterT View Post
I'm not sure the full reset wipes the file system... but yes... those were the steps I was planning
On an original Kobo the factory reset does not restore the database to the original. I know because I had a messed up database and did a couple of resets which achieved nothing before I followed the sticky noted above. (I understand for a gen2 device the factory reset actually does restore the datebase).

To completely wipe any personal things from the Kobo and make it "factory clean" I would do both the reset and the database restore.

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