Hard resetting your Samsung Galaxy A22 5G (8GB RAM + 128GB) can help you get your device back up and running if it has become slow, is not responding, or has malware/virus that can’t be removed by antivirus. This article will help you understand why you should hard reset your Samsung A22 5G and how to do it the right way.
Why Hard Reset Samsung A22 5G?
When any Android device runs into problems, a hard reset can often help get things back on track. Here are some of the most common reasons for hard resetting the Samsung A22 5G:
• Your device is running slow and you can’t seem to speed it up.
• You dropped your device and the screen won’t turn on.
• Owning an old device your system is now outdated.
• Something has gone wrong with the device’s software, you can’t fix it yourself and a third-party isn’t available.
• Your device has been hacked or infected by malware and antivirus can no longer help.
• The device is locked and you cannot remember the password or PIN.
• The device is malfunctioning and you have unsuccessfully tried other solutions.
How to Hard Reset Samsung A22 5G?
A hard reset carries the risk of wiping all of your data from your device, so it’s important to make sure you have a full backup before you start.
Step 1: Switch of device.
Step 2: Press & hold the Volume Up, and Bixby Button together.
Step 3: You will now enter the Android System Recovery Mode.
Step 4: Scroll down the Volume button to reach the option “Wipe Data/factory reset”.
Step 5: After selecting, press the power button to confirm it.
Step 6: Scroll down the Volume button to reach the option “Yes-delete all user data”.
Step 7: After selecting, press the power button to confirm it.
Step 8: The device will now start the resetting process which may take a few minutes.
Step 9:Once it is complete, scroll down the Volume button to reach the option “Reboot system now”.
Step 10: After selecting, press the power button to confirm it.
Your Samsung A22 5G should now be reset back to the factory state ready for you to reconfigure. Making sure you have a full backup of your device before you hard reset it could be the difference between a headache now, or a much bigger problem down the line.