Have you ever experienced a situation where your android phone automatically froze just when you were in dire need to answer an urgent call? Here is the best solution on how to reset your android.
To most of us we can’t breathe a second without our phones. But these phones could be a hell of a problem sometimes. Imagine you have been waiting for this call all day, and just when your phone rings, it freezes and you can’t pick up. So frustrating!
Sometimes too much of running apps in our phones lower the RAM speed. You can remove all data from your Android device by resetting it to factory settings, or doing a “force reset.” This can be done either by using the Settings menu to erase all your data or by using the Recovery menu.
Important: By performing a factory reset, all data like your apps, photos, and music will be wiped from the device. Any data stored in your Google Account will be restored when you sign in, but all apps and their data will be deleted and cannot be restored. Learn how to backup your data before performing a factory data reset.
Reset Android using the Settings menu
To perform a factory data reset using the Settings menu, follow these steps:
Before you reset your Android device, see options for backing up your data.
On your mobile device, open the Settings menu Settings.
Under “Personal,” touch Backup & reset. You may need to enter your pattern, PIN, or password.
Under “Personal data,” touch Factory data reset.
Read the information on the screen and touch Reset phone.
If you have a screen lock, you’ll need to enter your pattern, PIN, or password.
When prompted, touch Erase everything to erase all data from your device’s internal storage.
When your device has finished erasing, select the option to reboot your device.
You’ll see the Welcome screen just as you did when you turned the device on for the first time. When you’re done with the setup process, follow these steps to restore your data
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