It is important that you backup all the data stored on your device before performing a Hard Reset, as your data will be lost during the process.
Hard Reset (or Factory Reset) is a process of restoring a Samsung Galaxy A51 device back to its original factory settings. A hard reset will erase all user data, system files, and reset any custom settings or preferences. The Galaxy A51 is a powerhouse device that comes with 8GB RAM + 128GB memory onboard running on Android 10 Operating System. Resetting the phone can help to resolve any issues with the device, or if it is running slow or the memory is full. Performing a factory reset will help re-establish the original performance of the device and help you to troubleshoot any issues you may be having with the device.
Why Hard Reset/Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy A51
There are few reasons why you may need to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy A51. Some of these include:
- To restore your device to its original factory settings.
- To return the device to a faster and smoother performance if it has been running slow.
- To free up space on the device if the memory is full.
- To remove any virus and malicious files or apps.
- To increase battery life on your device.
How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A51
There are few ways to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy A51. We’ll discuss the two main methods – using the device settings or using the dedicated recovery software. Note that the following steps will erase all the data stored on the device, so it is advisable that you back up your files first.
- Go to “Settings” on your device
- Tap on “Backup & reset”.
- Tap “Factory data reset”.
- Tap “Reset device”.
- You will be asked if you’re sure you want to delete all data on the device. Tap “erase everything”.
Using Recovery Software
- Power off your Samsung Galaxy A51 device.
- Press and hold the “Power + Volume Up + Bixby” buttons together.
- When your device vibrates, release only the Power key.
- On the window that displays, select “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option using volume down key.
- When the process is completed, select “Reboot System Now” from the main menu.
As you can see, performing a Factory Reset or Hard Reset on your Samsung Galaxy A51 is not a difficult process. It is recommended that you perform the reset to keep your device running as smoothly as when it was new. It is important that you backup all the data stored on your device before performing a Hard Reset, as your data will be lost during the process.