Error 80070002 updating windows system

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If trying the update after the soft reset still doesn’t work, then we are afraid that you will have to go with a hard reset.

Before reading further know that a hard reset will bring your phone back to the state it was in when you first turned it on, yes back to the factory settings.

To proceed: If you are able to turn your device on then you don’t have a hard task ahead of you. It should take around 10 to 15 seconds before the vibration starts.

As soon as you feel the vibration, let go of the buttons and press and keep a hold of the volume down button immediately till you find a huge exclamation mark appear on your screen. Once the reset is complete, try updating the phone again.

Restart your device once before you begin the update. If you still have the same error, then perform the following steps: The first thing that we are going to suggest doing is the soft reset.

One such error is the error code 0x80070002 that arises during the update process and halts it.First of all check, you have a good and Stable internet connection to download windows updates from Microsoft Server.And have sufficient Free space on your system installed drive ( C: Drive ) to store and install the windows updates.If you have a Microsoft account you can back things up to, then you will be able to restore your settings after the reset is complete and the phone restarts. If however your phone is unresponsive and you can’t turn it on, you can still use the hardware way to reset it.Remember that the hard reset will not remove the OS and/or change any firmware settings. To do so, press and keep a hold of the power and the volume down button simultaneously till you feel the phone vibrating.

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