I think currently, if the reset button is enabled, the length of time you hold it down for will determine either a restart only or factory default. But, yeah, it is a neat idea being able to control how much hassle you end up with when a user resets their device. I've had to remote reprovision a few of these already.
@terryip83: by now I advice to disable the reset button completely. The device behaves like the well functioning old legacy devices, that had no reset button. You can save yourself a lot of trouble with your customers and setups ;-)
But why shall one always disable it, if you do have such a neat button? That`s where my feature suggestion comes in :-)
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