The Samsung Galaxy A70e is a wonderful mid-range smartphone and one of the top selling devices of 2020. With powerful specs and a durable build, it’s well worth the investment. Day-to-day usage is smooth and lag-free, but sometimes users may encounter slowdowns or freezing that requires a solution. In these scenarios, it’s best to perform a soft reset to make sure that all processes are running properly.
Why Soft Reset Samsung Galaxy A70e?
Soft resetting your Samsung Galaxy A70e is recommended to resolve:
- Phone Won’t Turn On
- Apps Crashing or Freezing
- Poor Battery Life
- Wi-Fi or Network Issues
- Touchscreen Malfunctioning
How to Soft Reset Samsung Galaxy A70e
Soft resets for the Samsung Galaxy A70e are easy and straightforward.
Press and hold the Power Button and Volume Down Buttons simultaneously until you see the Samsung logo on screen.
When prompted, release all buttons and instead press and hold the Volume Up Button. This will take you to the Android System Recovery Mode.
Use the Volume Down button to scroll down to ‘Wipe Data/Factory Reset’ and press the Power Button.
Once again, use the Volume Down button to scroll and select ‘Yes — Delete All Data’. Then press the Power Button to confirm.
When complete, use the Volume Down button to scroll down to ‘Reboot System Now’ and press the Power Button to restart the Samsung Galaxy A70e.
Once the device has rebooted, you should be good to go. Keep in mind that resetting your device will erase all data, so it’s best to back up any important files before attempting a reset. Resetting the device should solve the issue you were having, but there may be a more serious underlying problem if the issue persists.