When trying to reset a Samsung Galaxy A70e, it is important to be aware that you are performing a hard reset and the device will be reset to factory settings. This process should only be used if you have exhausted other troubleshooting options, as it will erase any data from the device. Before attempting a hard reset, it’s important to back-up any important documents or pictures.
Why Perform a Hard Reset?
There are a few different reasons you might want to reset your Samsung Galaxy A70e, including:
- Issues with performance that require resetting the device
- Delete user profile and app data
- Inability to access the device due to forgotten passwords or corrupted software
- To sell or give away the phone
How To Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A70e
- Begin by powering off your Samsung Galaxy A70e.
- Once the device has been powered off, press and hold the Volume Up button, the Power button, and the Home button simultaneously.
- Once the device has been powered on, it will boot directly into recovery mode.
- On the Android Recovery Mode screen, use the volume buttons to navigate to “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” and then press the Power button.
- On the next screen, use the Volume buttons to navigate to “Confirm Wipe Data/Factory Reset” and then press the Power button.
- The phone will now start wiping the data. When it’s finished, it will reboot automatically and the reset will be complete.
- After the reset, the device will boot into Android setup mode, so you can configure it from scratch.
When the situation arises to perform a hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy A70e, it’s important to understand exactly what the device is doing in order to erase any data that is stored on the device. Before attempting to reset your Samsung Galaxy A70e, it’s important to back-up any important documents or pictures. Following the steps outlined above, you should now have a successful hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy A70e.