Usually, a Factory Reset or a Hard Reset is performed to increase the smartphone’s performance and fix bugs. Are you looking forward to Hard Reset or Factory Reset your Samsung Galaxy S9? If so, follow the below guides carefully. Also, make sure to save the data safely because doing a reset wipes the entire data.
Related: How to Hard Reset a Samsung TV.
How to Hard Reset Samsung S9
- At first, power off your device and keep it aside for a few seconds.
- Press and hold the Volume Up and Bixby keys continuously for a couple of seconds until the Samsung logo appears.
- You will now be entered into recovery mode. In this mode, you will need to use the volume keys to move up & down and the Power key to confirm.
- Chose to Wipe data/factory reset option and press the power button to confirm.
- Select yes and wait for some time until the process gets completed.
- Now, reboot your device.
Note: The first boot may take some time after doing the Reset. So, don’t get panic and try to interrupt the process as it leads to a crash of the software.
How to Factory Reset Samsung S9
Tip: Make sure to back up the entire data on your smartphone, as your data will be erased entirely after doing a reset.
- Unlock your phone and open Settings.
- Go to general management, and under that, tap on Wipe data/factory reset.
- Now, select Factory data reset and tap on Reset> Delete all.
- The process will be started, and it will be completed within a few minutes.
Heya! You have successfully reset your device. Now, start setting up everything from scratch. If you have encountered any problem while doing any of the above operations, let us know via the comment section below.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Specifications
- 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Chipset
- 4GB RAM and 64/128/256GB internal storage
- 12-MP rear camera and 8-MP + 2-MP dual selfie camera
- Android 8.0 (Oreo)
- 3,000 mAh battery