How to Factory Reset on Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

When your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge is slower running or maybe an error feels to be disturbing performance, do not be restless– a fast factory reset could possibly assist refresh your smartphone. Whenever your password is missed, the same procedure may give your smartphones back to normal again.

Just before we start out, we must make sure of what factory reset is. It will bring your smartphone back to its own original condition exactly like before you purchased it. It indicates that configurations are going to be returned to defaults, and all data will be completely removed. It means everything are actually removed– contacts, photos, videos, stored music, saved files. Absolutely everything will be revoked, so it is far better for you to back up all things you wish to save. There are a couple of kinds of factory reset, Soft reset and Hard reset.

Soft Reset

The first option is to perform a Soft Reset This is the simplest method to execute a factory reset for those that can access their smartphone’s configurations. If you have already backed up all of your files, then you can easily return your smartphone to factory settings using the settings menu.

– At first, open Settings and scroll down to the Backup and reset option. Towards the bottom of the screen, tap Factory Data Reset.

– The on-screen prompts can remind you that the data will be lost and the phone is truly back to default settings. Confirm that you intend to do the reset, and then push Reset Device.

– Your smartphone now has been restored to factory reset.

Hard Reset

There is the second alternative, the Hard Reset, and for anyone who have lost their passwords and can not access the phone’s setups will be able to do a factory reset by doing this.

– Firstly, turn off the smartphone.

– When the smartphone is off, hold the volume up, home, and power buttons down together. Keep holding this combination while the phone boots, until the screen before your eyes shows the Android Robot.

– After a while, you will get access to the smartphone’s boot menu. Use the volume up/down buttons to move, and the power button making selections, find and select the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option.

– Then, scroll down to Yes, delete all user data, and then push the power button one more time. You will see script scrolling throughout the bottom of the display, that will end in Data Wipe Complete.

– After the operation is finished, press the power button once again to reset the device.

Right now, The smartphone has been backed to factory reset, and there is no need for you to think about the lost password any longer. But be sure that you remember your new one.



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