How to Perform a Factory Reset on an Android Phone - Mero Kuraa


How to Perform a Factory Reset on an Android Phone

Factory Reset

Discover how to factory reset your Android phone, erase all data, and remove unwanted apps and malware. Follow our step-by-step guide for resetting through Settings or Recovery Mode. Perfect for reviving old phones or preparing your device for sale.

If you need to completely erase your phone's data, performing a factory reset is the solution. This process wipes all the information on the phone, returning it to its original state.

A factory reset removes all unwanted apps, and malware, and clears the phone's storage. This is useful not only for reviving an old phone but also when preparing to sell or give it to someone.

Performing a Factory Reset from Settings

Before starting the factory reset, ensure you have backed up all your phone data and that the phone has enough battery. Follow these steps:

1. Open the phone's Settings app.
2. Navigate to the System option.
3. Scroll down and tap on the Reset option.
4. Select Erase all data (or Factory Reset).
5. Enter your PIN when prompted and complete the factory reset process.

Performing a Factory Reset from Recovery Mode

If you can't access the phone's settings due to software issues, you can also perform a factory reset using Recovery Mode. Here's how:

1. Turn off the phone.
2. Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously until the phone enters Recovery Mode.
3. Use the volume buttons to select your language and press the power button to confirm.
4. Navigate to the Wipe data option and select Format data.
5. Enter the verification code if prompted and format the data.

By following these steps, you can effectively perform a factory reset on your Android phone, ensuring it is clean and ready for use.