How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy M30s (6GB RAM + 128GB)
From the moment Samsung Galaxy M30s was announced, there is no going back for the budget smartphone of the company. It has a large 6.4 inch PLS TFT capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels. It is powered by an octa-core Exynos 9611 processor, 6GB RAM, and 128GB storage. This phone has a generous 6,000 mAh battery that is capable of quick charging. However, as with any smartphone, at times you may need to reset Samsung Galaxy M30s or perform a hard reset to return it to its default settings.
Why do you need to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy M30s?
- Fix issues such as the phone freezing, crashing, or running slower than expected.
- Improve battery life.
- Clear out unnecessary or unused files.
- Remove viruses and malware.
- Start fresh.
Here’s how you can perform a hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy M30s:
Step 1: Get to Settings
From your home screen, go to your app drawer and tap on the Settings icon.
Step 2: Select Backup and Reset
Scroll down the Settings screen and select the “Backup and Reset” option.
Step 3: Find Factory Data Reset
On the Backup and Reset screen, you will find the “Factory Data Reset” option. Tap it to begin the hard reset process.
Step 4: Start Factory Reset
You will be asked to confirm your choice to begin the process. Tap on the “Reset Device” option.
Step 5: Wait for Data Erasing
Your device will now start to erase all of your personal data and reset your phone’s settings back to the settings that the device had when it left the factory.
Step 6: Reboot Phone
Once the process has finished, the device will be rebooted. You will now have to set up the device again from scratch, as if it were new.
Congratulations! You have now successfully Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy M30s. Please note that hard resetting your device will delete all of your personal data, settings, and applications. We advise that you back up your device before you reset it, so that you can restore your personal data after the reset is complete.