IP Phones Reset Instructions: Mike's VoIP Tips

Factory Reset Instructions for Polycom and Yealink IP Phones

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There will be instances when a factory reset is needed for an IP phone. Completing a factory reset is quick, easy and puts the phone back to the original settings without any localized settings, which are wiped out during the process. Below you'll find instructions for many of the popular SIP compliant VoIP phones that you might come across.

Factory Reset Instructions for Polycom Phones

Polycom IP 320, 321, 330, 331, 335, 430, 450, 560, and 7000 and 301, 501, 550, 600, 601, 650, 670 models.
Start by first by making sure the phone is on and powered up.
For some Polycom models:

Resetting a Polycom Phone when the default password 456 doesn't work.
The following steps will work to reset your Polycom phone when the default password, 456, does not work:

Factory Reset Instructions for Yealink Phones

Yealink IP Phones T20P, T22P, T26P, T28P, T32G, T38G and Others
Start by first by making sure the phone is on and powered up.

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