Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is a useful device that everyone should love to have. But sometimes you feel your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is lagging and you want to boost your Samsung phone performance effectively.

Here on this page, we will discuss how you can factory reset the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 and wipe all the data on your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4.

This article will show you how you can easily restore defaults on your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 mobile.

Make sure you properly backup your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4, before restoring defaults your mobile. As everything on your phone including files, images, videos, games, and apps will be removed by restoring the default settings on your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4. As a result, your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 phone will run faster and you will see its performance is improved.

You can follow the process on any Samsung mobile to boost its performance effectively.

How to restore defaults in Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4?

Let’s jump into a direct step-by-step guide on how to restore defaults in Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4?

Follow the steps information below to reset your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4:

Step 1: Go to your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4’s “Settings.”

Step 2: Go to the “General Management” option

Step 3: Select “Reset” > “Factory Data Reset” option

Step 4: Select “Reset Button” > Tap on the “DELETE ALL BUTTON” to confirm the reset!

Excellent, You have successfully restored the default settings on your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 phone.

How to Hard Reset your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4?

Another option is to hard reset. If you see a blank screen on your device and you still want to reset your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4, you can use the hard reset option on your phone.

Follow the step-by-step tutorial to Hard reset your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4:

Step 1: Press the “Volume Down” + “Power” button on your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 for a couple of seconds.

Step 2: Hold “Volume Up” + “Power key” together for a few seconds.

Step 3: Leave the pressed button when you see a “Samsung GALAXY logo” on display.

Step 4: Now, Use the Volume keys to choose “the Wipe data/factory reset” option on your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 & confirm with the “Power button”.

Wipe data/factory reset samsung mobile phone

Step 5: Now, choose “Factory data reset” from the options and accept it with the “Power key.”

Step 6: Finally, use the “Power button” to select “Reboot system now.”

Well done! You have successfully done a hard reset process on your Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4.

We hope this article posted on TheAndroidPortal.com about step-by-step information on how to factory reset Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 has helped you.

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Mukesh Chauhan
Mukesh Chauhan is an Engineering Student, who loves to write about technology and gadgets. Currently he is studying and working as an Editor on Theandroidportal.com