ALL ABOUT FACTORY DATA RESET AND HOW TO DO IT IN SECONDS
Resetting your android phone seems to be a confusing task, but in reality it is a matter of 5-6 taps. You needn't go to a mobile repair shop or need to be a geek in order to do so. Follow these simple steps and you'll have absolutely no problem in resetting your phone. Do read the cautions carefully as you might end up losing your data otherwise.
First let us know what is factory reset?
Factory reset or formatting or hard reset, all are equivalent to removing all the user data from your phone, resetting it in the same condition as it was when you first booted your android phone.
Note - A factory reset erases all your data from your device. This will restore your smartphone to its original manufacturer settings. This means that all apps will be erased, along with files, settings and manufacturer app updates.
How is it different from soft reset?
Factory data reset (also called hard reset), is completely different from soft reset, which is nothing but rebooting/ restarting your android phone.
Why factory reset?
Although there might be endless reasons for formatting your phone but the most common ones include, less or no storage left, lagging UI, slower than usual performance, frequent freezes, handing your phone to someone else, etc. It can make your phone feel new again.
How to factory reset your Android smartphone?
You can go through and individually delete apps and old photos, but the fastest and best method is to just to wipe all the data and factory reset your phone.
But wait, first have a look at this list of some precautions that you must take in order to successfully format you phone.
Finally, let’s talk about how to actually do all this stuff.
The first step is to open your device's Settings app.
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