Before the resetting of Android phones, you'd better transfer important files from Android to computer as a backup. You can follow the steps below to factory reset your Android phones.
Step 1. You can pull down the notification shade.
Step 2. Then you need to tap on the icon on the top right corner.
Step 3. Just click on the gear icon to click on the Settings.
Step 4. Select the Backup & Reset button.
Step 5. Click on the Factory Data Reset.
Step 6. You will receive a notification that remind you all the files will be erased and you can just confirm it.
Step 7. The start screen will show up if you finish the reset.
Step 8. Then you may be required to enter the account or other information. Just click on the Not Now button to skip to the next step.
Step 9. Finally just open the app tray and start the Gallery to see if there is still photos in it. If there is no photo in the device, that means your device has been reset successfully.
10-10-2020, 05:03 PM
(This post was last modified: 10-10-2020, 05:03 PM by namarang.)
Method one: Using the combination keys
1- First, turn off the cell phone.
2. Press and hold the Volume UP key and the Power key to view the Boot screen, then release the keys.
3- Now select the Recovery option with the Volume UP key and confirm with the Volume Down button.
4. When the Android Logo is displayed on the screen, hold down the Power key and press the Volume UP key once as you hold the power key off.
5. Now with the volume up and down keys (Volume UP, Down) select the Wipe Data / Factory Reset option and confirm with the power key.
6- In the opened page, select the Yes option and confirm with the Power key.
7- This time, select the Reboot System Now option to restart the phone.
The second method: using the settings menu
1- First, go to the device settings.
2. Select the Backup & Reset option.
3. Then select the Factory Data Reset option.
4. Click the Reset Phone option.
5. Finally, click on Erase Everything.