This tutorial will explain how to reset Android on the Samsung SCH- R910 , also known as Samsung Indulge as vanity name.
The Samsung SCH- R910 is suitable only for mobile users inside the United States, under the Nextel or MetroPCS network.
Before you start the reset Android process you must be sure about it, since the reset Android procedure on your Samsung SCH- R910 or any other Android device, will delete all your information, including messages, contacts and installed apps.
If you still have working access into the phone you can search over the Google Play Store for a backup app and create a copy of your data. We recommend you the Titanium Backup.
First method to reset Android ON THE Samsung SCH- R910
To reset Android through the menu you only need to go to Settings> Privacy> Factory data reset > Reset phone > Erase everything after a few minutes the process will restart the phone to factory settings activated .
ALTERNATIVE to RESETANDROID on the SAMSUNG SCH- R910
If you do not have access to your Samsung SCH-R910 Android menues, luckily enough you still have an alternative method for you , you just need to follow these steps :
Turn your phone off completely and wait 10 seconds to go to the next step
Slide the keyboard, press the R key, and while holding down, press for 3 seconds the POWER key to turn the phone into the hidden recovery menu.
Now just simply select the option ERASE DATA / FACTORY DEFAULT and confirm the option to restart your device first use mode after a few minutes you will have your phone as new.
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This tutorial will teach you to reset Android on Samsung Galaxy S2
Samsung Galaxy S2 is an Android device that even after being for about a couple of years on the market at the time of this writing, it is still in the taste of people, being used all around the globe.
Reset Android on Samsung Galaxy S2
Warning! Before starting the Android reset process on your Samsung Galaxy S2, please know that your data, including contacts, messages and installed apps, will be deleted.
If you still have working access into the Android operating system in your Samsung Galaxy S2 and want to make a backup, we recommend you to use G Cloud , a free application available on the Google Play Store to create a copy of your files in the cloud.
First method to reset Android on Samsung Galaxy S2
This method requires access into your Android OS, so it may prove useful if your Samsung Galaxy S2 is still in working condition.
From your phone’s main screen, Access the Settings> Backup and Restore > Factory data reset > Reset phone > Erase everything , wait until the process completes and the phone reboots as new.
SECOND METHOD TO RESET ANDROID IN SAMSUNG GALAXY S2
If you are being locked off from your Samsung Galaxy S2, then you will use the secondary method of restoration, ideal if you missed the pattern lock on your Samsung Galaxy S2:
Turn off the phone and wait 10 seconds to continue
Press and Hold the VOLUME DOWN button
While holding the VOLUME DOWN button, press and release the POWER button.
In the menu that follows select the ” Clear Storage” by using the VOLUME DOWN button.
Execute the “clear Storage” by confirming it with the POWER button.
Again confirm the “clear storage” procedure with the VOLUME UP button (or cancel it with the VOLUME DOWN button.
Wait for the process to finish so your Samsung Galaxy S2 will return to factory default settings.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 phone has plenty of power for running any apps or games. That is, until it slows down, or you forget your pattern lock password…
If your Samsung Galaxy S3 becomes clogged due to some misbehaving app or bad configuration, you can reset Android and get your phone back into factory default mode:
Hopefully it will behave as if just got out of the box!
The only drawback about Resetting Android into default mode is that such procedure will also delete all your contacts, messages, apps, games and personal configuration on your Samsung Galaxy S3.
Hence, if you still got access into your Samsung Galaxy S3 Android operative system, you may consider to perform a backup of all your essential data. We recommend you the G-Cloud backup tool.
To make this process reset on the Samsung Galaxy S3 , we have two ways:
First way to reset Android on Samsung Galaxy S3
This Android reset mode allows us to regain control of our Samsung Galaxy S3 without the need of accessing its Android OS. This is particularly useful if -for example- you forgot your pattern lock password:
Start with the phone turned off
Press and hold the VOLUME UP and HOME buttons
While pressing those two buttons, also press the POWER button until the phone starts to vibrate
Release the POWER button and wait for the Android Logo
When Android Logo appears, release the other buttons. A recovery menu will appear.
Navigate on that menu by using the volume keys, into the “Wipe Data / Factory Reset” option.
Press the POWER button to confirm and press again to confirm the “Yes – Delete all user data”
When the process is complete press the power button to restart your phone
SECOND WAY TO RESET ANDROID IN SAMSUNG GALAXY S3
If you have access to the Android OS inside your Samsung Galaxy S3, then it is very easy to reset Android: you just have to navigate into Settings> Backup and Restore > Factory data reset > Reset phone > Erase everything ,select it and wait a few minutes and you have a phone like new .
If you have a Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini and want to unlock Android follow us.
The following reset Android tutorial will help you regain control of your Samsung Galaxy S3 mini in the event that you forgot the pattern lock password or because your phone goes slow or erratic and requires a “clean state”.
This tutorial will focus on two simple methods to restore the phone into its original factory settings.
The first method will even effectively clear the lock pattern and regain your control of the phone.
The second method is more suitable if your are finding your Samsung Galaxy S3 mini slow or erratic on its use and you want to regain original speed and usability.
Reset Android on your Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini
Both methods will perform a hard reset on this device and reach the same result: Restore the phone to factory settings. These methods only differ on their mode of application.
A quick advice: If you are able to do so , you may need to backup your data before you begin: You can backup all your Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini information through one of the many backup and restore applications available on Google Play.
First method to unlock Android on Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini with buttons:
This first method will teach you how to reset Android on your Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini via buttons, ideal for those cases in which the Android operating system has been damaged beyond usability or you have forgotten the unlock pattern and are left out of your phone. The steps are these :
Turn off the phone and wait 10 seconds before going to the next point
While holding down both VOLUME UP and HOME buttons, we press the POWER button until the phone vibrates: When it does, let go all buttons
We will see an android with blue gear on the screen that confirms that the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini has entered recovery mode
When you reach the Android recovery mode menu , we seek the ” Wipe Data / Factory Reset” with the volume UP and DOWN buttons and confirm with the POWER button
In the next window, select the option ” Yes – Delete all user data” and the restore process will start automatically
To finish the process, find the option to ” Reboot system now ” and select it for the phone to reboot as new, with factory settings .
SECOND METHOD TO UNLOCK ANDROID IN SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 MINI CN THE MENU
If you still have access to your Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini operative system, then this process is even more simple: You just get into the factory reset option on your phone.
Starting from your Android homescreen, you go to Settings > Backup and Restore > Restore Data factory > Reset phone > Erase everything.
This simple method also allows us to reset Android on Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini quickly and easily.
This tutorial will instruct you on how to hard reset Android on your Samsung Galaxy Mini 2; a phone that was launched with great success.
This is a device that has proven to be a surviver, still being present over time and in the flea market, it is still a good alternative to buy.
So today I teach you to do a hard reset and also manage to unlock Android -in the event that you lost your blocking pattern password- on Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 with a few simple steps.
Remember that these methods will erase the data from our Samsung Galaxy 2 Mini completely and if this is your case, you can make a backup of your data complete with apps like Titanium Backup, among others within Google Play.
Hard reset Android on Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 through buttons
This process can be used when we have no access to the device’ operative system and thus we need to restore our phone to its original factory settings through an external method.
Pleae use the following steps:
Turn your phone off completely, just be sure not to turn off the screen only.
Press both the volume less and plus, Power ON / OFF and Home buttons at the same time for more than 5 seconds
Wait until you see the image of an Android.
In the recovery menu, use the volume buttons to select “Wipe data / Factory Reset” and press the power button to accept.
Wait for the system to perform the hard reset process and now select “Reboot System”
Hopefully, this should leave your Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 on factory default status.
Another method to Hard reset Android on your Samsung Galaxy Mini 2
As always, there is an alternative method to hard reset Android, not only on the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2, but on any Android Device: this can be activated from Settings> Backup and Restore> Factory data reset> Reset phone. With this option we can turn to our convenience automatic deletion of internal storage.
With these methods you can hard reset Android on Samsung Galaxy Mini 2.