Performing a HTC Desire 600 hard reset Desire 600 factory reset

How to reset Dual SIM Android phone
Performing a factory reset using hardware buttons
If you can’t turn HTC Desire 600 on or access settings, you can still perform a factory
reset by using the hardware buttons on HTC Desire 600.
1. Remove the battery, wait for a few seconds, then reinsert the battery.
2. Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button, and then press and hold the
POWER button.
3. Wait for the screen with the three Android images to appear, and then release
the POWER and VOLUME DOWN buttons.
4. Press VOLUME DOWN to select FACTORY RESET, and then press the POWER button

Performing a factory reset from settings
1. Slide the Notifications panel open, and then tap.
2. Tap Backup & reset.
3. Tap Reset phone.
4. If you also want to delete media and other data on HTC Desire 600, select Erase all data.
5. Tap OK.

Warning! Always turn off your device before installing/replacing the battery and SIM card.

General advice: Before you buy a new cell phone or new tablet, please try the following procedure to repair your device in a software way. First charge your battery, backup your important data if possible and in most cases take out SIM and SD card before doing factory reset. It is impossible to recover your data after doing a hard reset, so online backup is always important. For all of your data, a backup should be done on an external device, hard drive, raid system or media. With or without insurance, if your cell phone lost, damaged or stolen at least your invaluable data is backed up in a safe place. If you are about to sell your phone and you want to wipe your personal data, or if your phone affected with virus you have to do a hard reset. In some cases, you can delete the forgotten password or lock pattern from your device as well. All information is for devices with stock based ROMs. If you are using rooted device, always back up your EFS folder first, containing your IMEI info, etc.! Please also note, that a hard reset operation will not unlock your mobile phone's SIM lock or network lock, but it will remove the unlock pattern, remove the user password or PIN password (NOT the SIM card's 4 digit PIN code). Also note that the firmware version will not be affected in any way, it will not be downgraded, it will remain the same you are using and if you have rooted your device, root privileges remain also unaffected.