Before we start, first let us explain what is reset factory settings and how it works. Of you do the factpry restore, it will make your device going back to its original setting and condition just like the first time when you bought it also all of your data will be deleted. So, make sure you back up all of your data if you don’t want to lose it.
Some steps to reset Samsung Galaxy S6 to factory settings
The easiest method to reset your device to factory setting is a soft reset. Do this method only if you can access your setting menu, follow these steps to do a soft reset :
- Open Settings
- Scroll down to the actual Backup and reset option.
- In the bottom of the screen, tap Factory Data Reset. There will be shown a request to alert you that all your data will be deleted and the phone will return to default settings, ensure you wish to perform the reset, and then tap Reset Device.
- Shut down your device.
- After the device is off, hold the volume up, home, and also power buttons down at the same time. Keep hold this combination while the phone boots, until your screen shown the Android Robot. After a few seconds, you have an access to the phone’s boot menu.
- Use the volume up/down buttons to navigate, select the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option use the power button to select it. Scroll down to Yes, delete all user data, and press the power button once again. Script scrolling along the bottom of the screen, it will end in Data Wipe Complete. After the operation is complete, press the power button once more to reset the device.