Android phones are devices manufactured and sold by third-party companies that utilize Google’s Android operating system.
These phones vary somewhat in their approach, with minor user interface and feature differences from device to device. Due to these differences, there are multiple methods of accomplishing tasks depending on what device and version of the OS you are using. This article will guide you through the process of resetting your Android phone to its factory settings.
1-Tap the Settings app on your device’s home screen. The Settings app can have varying icons depending upon on your specific device, and may be also be found within the App Tray or by pushing the phones dedicated menu button.
2-Depending on your device, the “Factory data reset” feature may be located in one of two sections within the settings app.
* Select the “Privacy” settings tab
*Select the “SD & phone storage” settings tab if "Factory data reset" isn't located in "Privacy".
3-Select “Factory data reset”.
4-Tap “Reset Phone” to delete all data and restore back to your device’s factory settings.
5-Confirm the process by selecting “Erase everything". This will delete all data and restore back to your device’s factory settings.
*You don't necessarily have to restore your phone to its factory settings in order to simply restore the Google account synced with your device.
*Different Android OS-based devices have slight user interface design differences.