A smartphone is essential to everyone nowadays as we can do any task on our mobile phones. We all are heavily dependent on our smartphones now. So we want our smartphones to perform fast and smoothly always. But when the smartphone gets old, it’s becoming very slow and laggy as it can not perform at its best level. It’s a common thing.
And sometimes, after updating the software of our smartphones some bugs might be seen and it’s annoying. In these cases, you might find yourself needing to perform a factory reset. By doing it, your phone will be wiped completely clean. But you will lose all the data stored in your phone. Make sure you save your data on cloud storage. If you are a Samsung Galaxy S22 user, now we are telling you some methods to factory reset on Galaxy S22.
3 Ways to Factory Reset your Galaxy S22
- Factory reset via settings
- Try Soft Reset (Restart)
- Factory Reset via Android Recovery screen
Method 1: Factory reset via settings
- Open Settings on your phone.
- Find General management and tap.
- Tap Reset at the bottom.
- You will see Factory data reset, tap it.
- Scroll down and tap Reset.
- You have to enter your password or pin code.
- Once you entered the password, the reset process will begin.
- This will take a few minutes and will be done.
Method 2: Try Soft Reset (Restart)
If you are facing lag or your phone is getting slow then you should Soft Reset (Restart) your phone. By doing Restart or Reboot your phone will work slightly better will give better performance. You should Restart your phone once a week. Here’s you can perform a soft reset on your Galaxy S22.
- Simultaneously press and hold the Side and Volume down buttons.
- when the power menu appears, tap Power off.
- Tap Power off again.
- Wait for a few minutes.
- Once your phone is completely turned off, press and hold the Side Button until the Samsung Logo appears.
Method 3: Factory Reset via Android Recovery screen
Follow the given steps below:
- Make sure the device is powered off.
- Press and hold the Volume up and Side buttons until the device vibrates.
- Once the Android Recovery screen appears then release all buttons.
- It takes up to 30 seconds for the recovery screen to appear.
- From the Recovery screen, select Wipe data/factory reset.
- Use Volume buttons to cycle through the available options and use the Side button to select.
- Select Factory data reset. It will take a few seconds.
- After finishing the Factory reset, Select the Reboot system now.
- Wait for several seconds to Reboot your phone.
- Now your phone is completely clean and your phone will run like a new phone.
That’s all the methods you can follow to perform Factory Reset on your Samsung Galaxy S22. A reset will get things back in working order.