Are you looking to hard reset your Samsung Galaxy S21 4G mobile phone? Hard resetting a device can help you fix many device problems, including errors that come up when installing an update, confusing notifications, and sluggish functions. It can also come in handy when you’re looking to sell or give your phone away, so that no traces of your data is left behind.
Why Hard Reset the Samsung Galaxy S21 4G?
- Completely removes all your data and settings
- Fixes many common problems of the Samsung Galaxy S21 4G
- Helps to restore the device to its original pristine condition
- Enhance the performance and speed of the phone
- Resolve software related issues
How to Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy S21 4G
If you’re looking to hard reset your Galaxy S21 4G, press and hold the Volume Up + Power key for 10 seconds to switch off the device. Now, press and hold the Volume Up + Bixby key + Power key for 10 seconds while the device is still switched off. This will take you to the Android recovery menu. You can also access the Android recovery menu using the ADB tool by connecting the device to your computer.
Once you’re in the Android Recovery Menu, navigate down to the “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option using the Volume keys. Now, press the Power key to select it, go down to the “Yes – Erase All User Data” option and press the Power key to select it.
Your device will now start the factory reset process. Once it has finished, select the “Reboot System Now” option and it will start rebooting. Your device will now take some time to reboot and start running normally. You have now successfully completed a hard reset on your Samsung Galaxy S21 4G.