If you are having issues with your Samsung Galaxy S6, you may need to perform a factory reset. This process will erase all data and restore the device to its original settings. In this article, we will show you how to perform a soft and hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy S6, without the need for a video tutorial.
A soft reset is the easiest way to reset your Samsung Galaxy S6. This is useful if you can still access the settings on your phone. To perform a soft reset, go to the settings and select ‘backup and reset.’ From there, click on ‘factory data reset,’ and then select ‘reset device.’ This will erase all data on your phone, so make sure to back up any important data before proceeding.
A hard reset is a more complicated process and is useful if you have forgotten your password or cannot access the settings on your phone. To perform a hard reset, turn off your phone first. Once it is powered off, hold down the volume up key, the home button, and the power button at the same time. Keep holding these buttons until the Android screen appears, and then release them.
After a few seconds, the Android recovery screen will appear. Here, scroll down with the volume button until you see ‘wipe data/factory reset.’ Then, hit the power button to confirm. You will see a menu where you need to scroll down again with the volume button and select ‘yes delete all user data.’ Hit the power button again, and the phone will start formatting data. Once done, hit the power button to reboot the phone.
After performing a hard reset, your phone will be restored to its factory settings. This process can take a few minutes, and once it is complete, you will need to set up your phone again as though it were new. We hope this guide has helped you to reset your Samsung Galaxy S6 without the need for a video tutorial.