Android smartphones can become sluggish and slow over time. If that's the case, then you'll want to perform what is called a "factory reset". This can often-times fix bugs or minor issues after a recent software update.
If you want to do a factory data reset on your Android smartphone, be sure to backup the data that's important to you.
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These simple tips and tricks can help you reset your Android smartphone.
Backup: Be sure to back up any saved files or data you do not want to lose. Once a factory reset has been performed, any deleted data will be gone for ever.
Once in settings you'll want to scroll down to personal and select "Backup & Reset".
Choose whether or not to also erase the data of any installed SD card
Once you've backed up any information you'd like to keep, simply scroll down and select "Factory data reset" in the backup and reset settings menu.
Press the factory reset tab and confirm. Your device will now reset to its original state.