Step 1. Open your device’s Settings.The Settings app can have varying icons depending upon on your specific device, and may be also found within the App Tray or by pushing the phone’s dedicated menu button.
Depending on your device, the “Factory data reset” feature may be located in one of two sections within the Settings app:
Select the “Backup and reset” settings, and scroll down to “Factory reset”
The accounts will be displayed on the screen that you are signed into. All your phone’s internal storage will be wiped By default.
Note: To erase all of the data on your phone’s SD card-
If you want to erase all of the data on your phone’s SD card as well, you need to check the box at the bottom of the screen.
By selecting “Erase everything”, you can confirm the process . This will delete all data and restore back to your device’s factory settings.
Method 2: Recovery Reset
Step 1. Power off your android device before you begin the reset procedure.
(In case, the device is frozen, you can pull the battery out to turn it off.)
Step 2. Press and hold the recovery buttons.
Recovery buttons may vary from device to device. You will need to press your device’s recovery buttons and hold them for a few seconds.
Here’s a list of common button combinations-
Volume Down + Power
Volume Up + Home + Power
Home + Power
In case, none of the above combinations work, you can search your phone’s model plus “recovery mode” on the internet.
Step 3. Select Factory Reset.
After pressing the recovery buttons, a menu will open, you can navigate the menu with the volume buttons. You need to open the Recovery menu to find the Factory Reset mode. Use the Power button, some models use the camera button, to select your menu options.
You will be asked to confirm the factory reset.
Restore process will be competed in a while. After your phone resets, it will be set back to factory defaults just as it was when it was newly brought.
NOTE: We do not take any responsibility for any kind of damage to your device. You are responsible for any act.