Why Reset Your Samsung Galaxy S9?
Factory resetting your Samsung Galaxy S9 is usually the last resort in case of technical difficulties. A factory reset is the ultimate solution when the software is so corrupted that previous methods of installation have no effect. It is important to back up all the files and data before performing a factory reset on the Samsung Galaxy S9 since all the data stored on the device will be wiped out once the reset is complete.
There are several reasons to perform a factory reset on your Samsung Galaxy S9, including:
- It can help troubleshoot errors and issues
- It allows your device to update to the latest version of the Android operating system
- Allowing app data, preference settings, and personal settings to be reset and prison break the device
- It can help boost the device’s speed and performance by clearing cached data
How to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S9
Performing a factory reset on your Samsung Galaxy S9 is quite easy, though it is important to back up your data beforehand. Here are the steps to reset your Samsung Galaxy S9:
To begin, navigate to the Android Settings and tap the System option.
Then, select Reset Options and tap Factory Data Reset.
On the Factory Reset menu, you will be asked to either set a pattern or enter a PIN code or enter your Google account password. This helps to prevent unauthorized access to the phone.
After entering the credentials, scroll to the bottom of the screen and tap on Reset Device option.
Finally, tap the Options button to confirm the action.
When the reset is done, your Samsung Galaxy S9 will power off and then reboot.
Once the phone has rebooted, your Samsung Galaxy S9 will be back to its factory settings and all the user-installed applications and associated data will be wiped out. It is highly recommended to back up your data prior to performing a factory reset so that you can easily restore your data once the reset is complete.