Many hotspot performance issues can be resolved with a manual reset. This also restores WiFi settings and passwords to the factory originals, clearing any errors. The hotspot must be turned on when doing a reset.

Franklin R850: Snap off the back cover. The reset button is next to the top left corner of the battery compartment. Press the button for 3-4 seconds. The front screen will display a reset.

Franklin R910: Snap off the back cover. The reset button is in one of the holes on the edge. Use a paperclip or similar item to press the button and hold for 3-4 seconds.

Netgear Fuse: Press the front power button down firmly and do not let go. The screen will change several times. Do not release the button until you see the “Aircard” screen.

Pocket WiFi: Touch “Settings” on the screen. Scroll down until “Reset” is visible. Touch “Reset.” On the next screen touch “Settings Reset.”

ZTE Warp: There is a small reset hole next to the USB charger port. Use the metal tool that came with the Warp (a small paperclip will also work) and press into the reset hole for 5-6 seconds.