Do you need to format a Samsung Galaxy A10? If you have a Samsung Galaxy A10, despite being a high quality smartphone, it is possible that over time it will work a little worse than usual.
This can be solved in a simple way and is to reset the Galaxy A10 to factory mode. Next, we will tell you the methods that you have at your disposal for it.
There are 2 ways, one the normal one or through the Settings menu. The other through buttons and recovery menu.
Format a Samsung Galaxy A10 at factory mode
Reset the Galaxy A10 using the Settings menu
The easiest way to format your Samsung Galaxy A10 is through the Settings menu. To do this, you simply have to go to:
- Phone settings menu
- Then click on Personal
- After this we go to Backup
- And finally to Factory data reset.
In the next step, a warning will appear indicating that you will lose all your data. If there is something that you are interested in keeping, you should make a backup copy.
It is possible that before starting the formatting process the system tells you to enter your unlock pattern or password As a security measure.
Once you have finished all these steps, the phone will restart and when you use it again you will see that it is exactly the same as when you took it out of the box.
Hard Reset using buttons and recovery menu
If you can’t get to the Settings menu correctly, don’t worry. There is another way to Hard reset the Samsung Galaxy A10. And it is none other than doing it through recovery menu.
The first thing is make sure your smartphone is turned off. Once you’ve done it, you’ll have to press the power buttons at the same time and turn up the volume. Press and hold both buttons for a few seconds, until the Samsung logo appears on the screen.
In the menu that appears next, go to Recovery Mode. To move through the menu you will use the volume up and down buttons, while to confirm you will have to use the power button.
In the next menu, select the wipe data / factory reset option. Then you will see a screen where you can see a lot of No and a Yes. Then scroll to the Yes option. Once you select it, the factory reset process will have started.
Once the process is finished, go to Reboot System Now. When we have done so, your Samsung Galaxy A10 will restart. At that time, you can see how the phone is exactly the same as when you took it out of the box. Therefore, you will have to do all the configuration again.
Have you had to format a Samsung Galaxy A10? Have you ever had to reset to factory mode? Which of the two methods explained has been most useful for you? We invite you to go through the comments section that you can find at the bottom of this article and tell us your experience.