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Hi, in this groov Workshop, I’ll show you how to restore your groov Box to it’s factory
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state. If you need to set your GROOV-AR1 back to factory defaults, you’ll find step-by-step
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instructions in the groov Box User’s guide, in groov Build under Help. This process will
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restore default network settings and erase all data, including your project and passwords.
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First, turn off the groov Box by pressing the power button briefly. Make sure it’s
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still plugged in and receiving power. Now, I’ll press and hold the power button again
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for about 8 seconds, until SYS LED starts blinking red and green, which indicates that
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your groov Box is in the process of resetting itself back to factory defaults. Once the
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LED starts flashing, take your finger off the power button. There it goes. This process
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will take several minutes, and your AR1 will turn itself off when finished. Do not remove
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power from the groov Box or turn it off during this process, while it’s blinking red and
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green. Otherwise, you’ll have to start over. When you turn your groov Box back on, by briefly
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pressing the button firmly one more time, you won’t need to re-activate, but you may
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need to re-apply any licenses if applicable. You’ll also need to apply any updates to
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groov App {or groov Admin} that may have been released since your groov Box left the factory.
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After you give the Box a few minutes to restart, you can re-connect to it, which will prompt
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you to create a new groov Box admin account. See the groov Box User’s guide, in groov
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Build under Help, for more information. And remember, product support is always free.
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Thanks for watching!