If there are any serious problems with the Android system on the Samsung Galaxy S4, then it may be advisable to perform a hard reset also called factory reset, which resets the phone to factory settings. When you reset to factory settings all stored information on the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be deleted and the smartphone receives the state which it had when delivered.
Through a factory reset problems caused by software or firmware is mostly solved quickly, but you should make a backup before deleting your whole data.
How to perform a factory reset on the Samsung Galaxy S4 and thus resets the phone to factory settings, we now want to explain in this article.
Open from the home screen of the Samsung Galaxy S4 the menu and go there in the Android system settings. Scroll through the settings until the section "Personal" appears and tap on "Backup and Reset". In this menu you see at the end of the page the function "Factory data reset". This resets all settings and deletes all data on the Samsung Galaxy S4.
A wizard will start and you will be asked whether you want to completely delete the internal memory of the Samsung Galaxy S4. On the internal storage pictures, videos and music are stored. If you want to reset the Samsung Galaxy S4 completely, the internal memory must be cleared.
After completing the Assistant with the settings you have chosen, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is automatically resetted to factory settings. It will now perform a restart and you will find a freshly installed Android system on your Samsung Galaxy S4.
You now know how to reset the Samsung Galaxy S4 to factory settings and thus eliminate errors and problems that have been caused by the software.
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