In this article, we have mentioned about how to perform a factory data reset on Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone. You can perform factory data reset on your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone to get rid of low-performance issue etc. Performing factory data reset on your smartphone can solve approx all type problem that you faced every time on your S4 smartphone. In this post, we have mentioned three different and easy methods that you can use to perform factory data reset on your smartphone in three different ways.
In the first method, you can perform factory data reset using the reset code. In this second method, you can use settings on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone to reset your all user data from the smartphone. And the last third method, in this method, you need to boot your smartphone into the recovery mode. In the recovery mode, you will find the Wipe data, and factory data reset option. By choosing this option, you can reset your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone easily.
Backup before performing factory data reset on smartphone
If you don’t want to take a backup of your smartphone data such as Photos, Videos, Music, Documents, etc then you can skip this paragraph. To backup your all smartphone data like photos, music, videos, movies, etc you can use Titanium backup app that allow you to backup your installed apps without closing them.
You can download and install Titanium backup app from Google Play Store or other third party app store. After installing the application on your smartphone, launch the app and take backup of all data on your smartphone. Three easy and simple methods to factory reset Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone.
Perform Factory reset
This method is very simple and easy to perform. So if you want the factory to reset your smartphone in an easy way then follow below-mentioned steps. In this method, you can do factory data reset by using dialer app of your smartphone. In the dialer app, only you have to type a factory data reset code, and your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone will automatically start reset process.
Follow below-mentioned steps to reset your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone
Step 1: First of all, Press the Home button to go directly home screen
Step 2: Now open the Phone dialer app on your Galaxy S4 smartphone
Step 3: Here you have to type *2767*3855# code
Now your smartphone will automatic start wiping process and reboot as normal after complete the process.
Perform Factory Data Reset using the “Settings”
This is the second method that you can use on your smartphone to do factory data reset. This method will erase your all user and installed data from your smartphone. To do factory data reset using the settings of your smartphone, open “Settings” on your smartphone then swipe to the “General” section. Now Scroll down and choose “Backup and Reset” option. Here you have to tap on “Factory Data Reset” option and then wait until the process completed.
To Factory reset your smartphone, Follow below-mentioned steps to reset via “Settings.”
Step 1: Open “Settings” of your smartphone
Step 2: Now Swipe to the “General” section
Step 3: Scroll down and choose “Backup and reset” option
Step 4: Here, tap on the “Factory data reset” option
Now, wait until the process completed.
Using the recovery Mode of smartphone
This is the last method in this article to do factory data reset on your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone. If you don’t have any access to open the settings on your smartphone and your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone got stuck due to some heavy application, then you can follow this method to perform factory data reset.
In this method, only you have to boot your Galaxy S4 smartphone into the Recovery Mode by pressing the combination of hardware keys. In the recovery mode, you will find “Wipe data/factory reset” option, and you have to select using the power button to start factory resetting process.
Follow below-mentioned steps to do Factory Data Reset using Recovery mode
Step 1: First of all turn off your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone
Step 2: Now, Press and hold Volume Up, Power Button and Home button at the same time
Step 3: Here, you can use volume up/down key to navigate options, Use volume down key to choose “Wipe data/Factory reset” option then press “Power” button to select it
Step 4: Now again use the volume down key to select “Yes” option then press “Power” Button to confirm the action.
Step 5: Now, wait until the process completed then press “Power” button to select “Reboot System Now” option.