He Samsung Galaxy M10s It is a smartphone that usually gives very good results. However, it may begin to not work as well over time.
A good solution to try to get it back to the way it might be at the beginning may be to format factory settings. We teach you the two methods that you can carry out.
Samsung Galaxy M10s: How to return it to factory settings
Through Settings menu
The easiest way to format your Samsung Galaxy M10s is through the Settings menu. To do this you will have to enter it and select Personal> Backup> Factory data reset. By pressing that button, you will be starting the formatting process.
Once you have pressed it, you will see an announcement indicating that once you restore it to factory settings you will lose all the information you have on the phone. In case you have something you need to save, we recommend that you have previously backed up.
You may finally be asked to enter your unlock pattern or password. Once you have done so, the factory reset process will have begun.
Through Recovery mode
If you are not even able to reach the Settings menu of your Samsung Galaxy M10s, do not worry. You can return it to factory settings using the Recovery menu.
With the phone off, press the power buttons at the same time on and volume down. You must keep them pressed for a few seconds until the Samsung logo appears.
When this logo is displayed, release the buttons.
In the menu that appears, you will have to go to Recovery Mode. To do this, move with the volume buttons and press the power button to confirm.
On the next screen, choose the option wipe cache partition. This way you will clear the cache so that your smartphone is completely clean before formatting.
When the process is finished, you will return to the previous screen. In this case, you will have to select wipe data / factory reset. A screen will appear next with a lot of No and Yes. You will have to select Yes. Once done, the formatting process will have begun.
Once finished you will return to the previous menu. On this occasion, you must choose Reboot System Now. At that time your Samsung Galaxy M10s will restart. When it turns on, you can see how it looks exactly like you took it out of the box. Without your apps and data, but also without problems.
Have you ever had to format your Samsung Galaxy M10s at factory settings? Which of these two methods has been most useful for this? A little further down you can find our comments section, where you can share your experiences with this process with other users.