This is how you safely factory resets your Samsung Galaxy s3
Has your Galaxy s3 has become a little sluggish lately. There are many reasons why this could happen. Over time most devices becomes slower due to a multitude of different reasons. Many Android phones gets upgraded from time to time, if you upgrade your s3 it will most likely be to a faster version. Read more about updating your Galaxy s3. If you have removed unused widgets and programs and upgraded your phone to the latest version and still have problems with speed you should proceed with a factory reset to clear all old data from your s3. Another very good reason to reset your phone is if you are selling it and want to make sure that your data is removed.
What is a factory reset
A factory reset reverts your Galaxy s3 to the way it was when you bought it and turned it on for the first time. Once the reset is done you will have to reenter your Google account info. The one exception is that if you have updated it to a newer version of the Android Os It will not revert to the old version but rather keep the newest one. So if the reason for your reset is to revert to an old Android Os it can not be done in this way.
REMEMBER ! Resetting your phone will clear all data from your phone, so back up all the things you want to keep.
checklist before you start
- Backup the things you want to keep.
- Make a note of your Gmail and your password.
- Charge your battery so you don’t run out of juice in the middle of the process.
How to factory reset your Galaxy s3
- Find and press the settings button on your phone. You can find it in your app list on your phone. It looks like this
- Find where it says Factory reset and press it.
- Press the factory reset tab and confirm.
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