Introducing Samsung Galaxy A12 which is packed with the latest features and cutting edge technology. It has a 6.5-inch Infinity-V display, amazing camera, great battery life, and a powerful Exynos 850 (6GB RAM + 128GB) Processor. But sometimes you may need to factory reset your Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos 850. Weather it is due to crashing applications, lags on the device, or for other reasons. Resetting will delete all of your data, so back up your phone content first before you attempt this method.
Factory resetting your device may be necessary in many scenarios such as:
- Deleting specific apps from device
- Freeing up storage space
- Fixing lagging and frozen system
- Solve any other software related issues
- Removing personal data before selling/donating device
How To Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos 850 (6GB RAM + 128GB)
Go to Settings on your device.
Tap on General Management.
Tap on Reset.
Tap on Factory Data Reset.
Read and acknowledge the warning message.
Select Reset Device.
Select Delete All to confirm the action.
Confirm your security PIN, Password or Pattern.
Once it’s complete, select Reboot Now.
You’ve now successfully Factory Reset your Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos 850 (6GB RAM + 128GB). Congratulations!
Resetting your Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos 850 (6GB RAM + 128GB) is necessary in many scenarios and you can easily do so by following the steps described in this guide. Factory Reset will delete all your data, so it is important that you back up your device before attempting this. After Factory Reset, your device will be restored to the original settings, content, and software.