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How to Format Samsung Galaxy? – Easy Format 2021


First of all, how to format on Samsung Galaxy devices? Before starting our guide, let’s see what problems resetting the device will solve.

Factory reset can fix these problems on your device:

  • Fixes any software issue that crashes.
  • Removes viruses and malware from the device.
  • It can fix freezing and errors.
  • Resets the device settings made incorrectly by the user to default.
  • Removes unwanted applications that cannot be removed from the device completely.
  • It speeds up the device whose performance slows down.

Guide to Formatting on Samsung Galaxy Devices

Resetting is done with 2 methods for Samsung Galaxy devices.

Part 1: How to Reset Samsung Galaxy from Factory Settings

Important note:

In this process, your device will be restored to factory default settings and all your personal files and data will be deleted. Therefore, especially your contacts, pictures, videos, music, messages, etc. Back up . And make sure to disable OEM lock by removing your Google account from your device so that the device won’t be locked after the reset. 

  • First of all  activate the Developer options here .
  • Enable OEM unlocking by going to  Settings> Developer options .

 

  • For factory reset, make sure that your device has at least 60% charge. 

To reset to factory settings, follow the steps below:

  • Settings> Personal ‘section under the name> Backup and Reset , tap
  • Tap Factory Reset
  • Press Reset Phone and confirm.
  • On some android devices, go to  Settings> General management> Reset> Factory Reset .
  • If you have a screen lock, you must enter your pattern, PIN or password.

It may take a few minutes to completely reset the device, after which time all your data will be deleted from your device and it will be turned on with factory settings.

Part 2: Factory Reset When Your Samsung Device is Locked

 

Important note:

In this process, your device will be restored to factory default settings and all your personal files and data will be deleted. Therefore, especially your contacts, pictures, videos, music, messages, etc. Back up . And make sure to disable OEM lock by removing your Google account from your device so that the device won’t be locked after the reset. 

  • First, activate the Developer options .
  • Enable OEM unlocking by going to  Settings> Developer options .
  • Settings> Developer options n The  USB Debugging (USB Debugging) to activate the mode.

 

If you have forgotten your device’s screen lock or you do not have access to the settings app to reset the device due to software issues, this method will help you solve your problems.

Follow the steps below to factory reset Samsung Galaxy device.

  • Turn off your device.
  • Press and hold the Volume Up key and the home key together, then press and hold the Power key.

 

  • When the Samsung logo appears, release all keys (it will show the ‘ Installing system update ‘ screen for about 30 – 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options. Wait a moment for this).
  • The recovery menu will appear. At this stage, your mobile touch screen will not work. Navigate the menu with the volume keys and confirm the selection with the power button.
  • To select ‘ wipe data / factory reset ‘   , hover over it with the Volume down key.
  • Press the Power button to select.
  • Go to ‘ Yes – delete all user data ‘ option with the volume down key .
  • Press the Power button to start resetting the phone.
  • When the process is completed, restart your device by pressing the Reboot system now ‘ option with the Power button.

 

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