How To Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus
Many Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus users are known to come across some common problems and when they appear you normally just need to perform a reset on your phone. If you want to know how to start your smartphone from fresh, then you will need to reset your phone. We will show you in this article the easy way to factory reset your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus.
If something goes wrong we recommend that you backup all the important files before you decide to reset your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus, so you don’t lose valuable information. You can backup the data on your smartphone by just going into the settings options and picking the backup and reset option.
Resetting your Working Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus
Tap on the gear icon when you are in the notification section to get into the Settings. When you are in this menu, click the General management button that is displayed below the accessibility. You will then need to tap on Reset towards the bottom of the screen. By now you should have all your files that you want to keep backed up. You’ll see here a list of everything that will be deleted in case you need a reminder of something to back up. When they are backed up click Reset. Once you do, the smartphone will take a few minutes for the action to complete.
Using Hardware Keys to Reset your Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus
You will only need to use the hardware keys process to reset your phone if you can’t access the touchscren.
- Start by turning your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus off
- Then at the same time hold down the volume up, the power and the Bixby button. You will see an Android icon popup
- Select the data reset option after you find it. Do this by using the volume down and when done choose it by using the power button
- Select the yes option using the same step as above
- When you restart you’ll have to set up the smartphone again