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Old 05-17-2013, 12:11 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by moffattm View Post
I'm thinking of selling my old Kobo Original, I might get a few dollars for it on an auction site, and was wondering what the best way is for me to get it back to a "brand new" state?

Obviously I want to remove my Kobo account details and anything else so that when the new owner turns it on for the first time it's like a brand new device just out of the box.

Will a simple factory restore do all of this?
Yes. That's why when you do a factory restore, you have to go through the whole setup procedure again.

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David
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