How to Reset Samsung Phone

If your Samsung Galaxy phone experience difficulties when playing apps, hanging while using multiple apps, making unusual sounds, or taking time on loading apps. In these cases, you need your device to factory data reset. This will erase all your personal information and data from the phone.

Before Factory Reset Your Samsung Mobile

On a smartphone, a factory reset involves resetting the device to factory defaults and erasing all data. A factory reset, also known as a master reset, is a last-ditch option for troubleshooting cell phones. It will return your smartphone to factory defaults, erasing all of your data.

How do I Reset My Samsung Galaxy Smartphone

First, save your important data, personal files, images, and media in any external source such as a memory card. Then follow the step-by-step guide below.

  • Go to Settings, and Factory data reset.
  • Now swipe to and select the Reset option.
  • Popup will appear to enter the security lock, enter and click on continue.
  • A warning message will appear which shows that the reset will delete all information stored on your phone.
  • Tap on Delete and Agree.
  • After that, Your mobile will restart.
  • You are done, You have Reset your Samsung Phone successfully.

 

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