How to Reset a Android Phone
In an ideal world, your Android phone would run like a dream forever. This being real life, we can’t always expect that sort of robust performance out of our devices. Things can happen that slow your phone and damage the experience. Maybe you install a lot of apps, and some of them are acting a little mischievous, or maybe something has just gone wrong deep down in the system where you have little chance of fixing it. Reset your Android One to factory settings. You can remove all data from yourAndroid One device by resetting it to factory settings, or doing a “force reset.” You can do so by either using the Settings menu to erase all your data or by using the Recovery menu. Here’s How to Reset a Android Phone.
First Open settings in Main menu
2.Go to Backup and reset.
3. Go to factory data reset.
4. Click on Reset Device.
To do a factory data reset, follow these steps:
- If your phone is on, turn it off.
- Press and hold the Volume up button and the Power button at the same time until the device turns on.
- Press the Volume down button to select “Recovery mode.” If you need to navigate to the “Recovery mode” option, use the Volume up button to move the arrow and the Volume down button to select it.
- You’ll see an image of an Android robot with a red exclamation mark and the words “No command.”
- While holding down the Power button, press the Volume up button and release it.
- Use the volume buttons to scroll to “wipe data/factory reset” and press the Power button to select it.
- Scroll down to “Yes – erase all user data” and press the Power button to select it.
- its done! your phone has factory data reset.