There are a number of reasons why you might need to factory reset your Android phone. Maybe your phone is overloaded with apps and running slow, or you’ve downloaded a recent update and it’s causing problems with your phone’s functionality. Maybe you just want to reset it because you’re selling your phone (you should always do this when selling an old device, by the way). Here’s how to factory reset your Android phone through the phone settings or via the recovery mode.
How to factory reset your phone from the settings menu
Before we get started, know that a factory reset will erase all the data on your phone. If you haven’t backed up your contacts, pictures, videos, documents, and anything else (preferably in the cloud), you should do so now. Not sure where to back up your data before a factory reset? Read our guide on how to do that first.
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