How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A50s

Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A50s

Hard Reset is an important process that you should do to your Samsung Galaxy A50s. It can help you to fix some problems like forgetting passwords, slow performance, sudden app crashes or when your device gets stuck into a boot loop. It is also a great way to completely wipe everything from your device so that you can have a fresh device just like the moment it was created.

Why Should You Perform Hard Reset On Your Samsung Galaxy A50s?

• Revive your phone and bring it back to its original factory settings
• Reset forgotten passwords
• boost performance and speed up your device
• Remove, clear, and erase all personal data, files, and settings from your phone
• Remove malware and prevent cyber-attacks

How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A50s

Step 1: First of all you must turn off the Samsung Galaxy A50s device. You can do this by either pressing and holding the Power button for a few seconds or by selecting the Power Off button.

Step 2: To initiate the process, you must press and hold the Volume Up button, the Bixby Button and the Power button all at the same time. Make sure that you press the buttons at the same time and hold them until the phone vibrates.

Step 3: As soon as you release the Power button you will see the Android Recovery Screen on your Samsung Galaxy A50s device.

Step 4: You must now navigate the Recovery menu using the Volume Down button and selecting the desired options using the Power button.

Step 5: You will now need to select the ‘wipe data/factory reset’ option.

Step 6: Now you must select the ‘Yes – Delete All User Data’.

Step 7: To finish the process you must select the Reboot System Now option. Once you do so, your Samsung Galaxy A50s will be reset, and you will get the same device like the day you bought it.


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