An Android TV box is a compact device that connects to your TV set and converts it into a smart TV. It runs the Android operating system, which is similar to that of smartphones and tablets, and provides access to a variety of apps, games and streaming services. With the Android TV Box, you can watch your favorite shows and movies from popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video. It can also install and use a variety of apps and games from the Google Play store, making it a versatile entertainment center.

Today we would like to share one of the hot topic-How to factory reset on a TV Box?

To factory reset an Android TV Box, you can follow these steps:

1. Go to the settings menu on your Android TV Box. You can usually find it by clicking on the gear icon in the home screen or by swiping down from the top of the screen.

2. In the settings menu, look for the “Storage” option or something similar.

3. Inside the storage settings, you should see an option that says “Factory Data Reset” or “Reset device.” Click on it.

4. You will be prompted with a warning message stating that all data will be erased. Confirm your choice by selecting “OK” or “Factory Reset.”

5. Your Android TV Box will now start the process of resetting itself. This may take a few moments.

6. Once the factory reset is complete, your Android TV Box will reboot and return to its original factory settings.

Please note that performing a factory reset will erase all data and settings on your Android TV Box, so make sure to back up any important files or settings before proceeding.

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