How to Reset or Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy A50
If your smartphone Samsung Galaxy A50 is slow, hangs, you want to bypass screen lock, you have a full memory and want to erase everything, you want to sell or give it away, and you don’t want anyone to be able to access your files and passwords, you can perform a factory reset.
In the following steps, we will show you how to format the Samsung Galaxy A50 in order to erase all of your data and restore it to its factory state.
On a Samsung Galaxy A50, you can perform a reset in two ways: through the mobile options and through the recovery mode.
Restore from the Samsung Galaxy A50 options
If you want to restore your Samsung Galaxy A50 to its factory settings, you must first perform the following simple steps:
- Navigate to your Samsung’s settings menu. It is the gear icon on the SM-A505FN, SM-A505G, SM-A505F, SM-A505FN, SM-A505GN, SM-A505G, SM-A505FM, SM-A505YN, SM-A505W, SM-A505X, SM-A505U, SM-A505GT, SM-A505U1, If it isn’t visible on the home screen, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to check.
- Scroll down the Samsung Galaxy A50 settings until you reach the “General management” area, then hit to access those options and continue.
- If the “Advanced” section opens, click to access the Samsung Galaxy A50’s advanced settings. Otherwise, scroll down until you see “Reset” and click on it to proceed.
- Several options will surface to reset the Samsung Galaxy A50, the first of which is “Reset settings,” which resets the default settings and is a simpler and less thorough reset. “Factory data reset” is the way for entirely removing all content from the Galaxy A50; select this option to proceed.
- A list of all the data and programmes that will be erased from the Samsung Galaxy A50 will be shown. Scroll down until you locate the “Reset” button and push it to continue.
- To proceed, draw the screen unlock pattern or enter the screen unlock password or PIN if necessary.
- A second confirmation message will display, informing you that all data saved on the Samsung Galaxy A50 and all downloaded programmes will be deleted and reminding you that this action cannot be reversed. If you agree, select “Delete everything.”
- Your Samsung Galaxy A50 will restart and take several minutes to boot up while restoring the device to its factory settings and optimizing the programmes pre-installed in the Android 9.0 operating system (Pie).
Hard reset or Recovery mode restore Galaxy A50 from Samsung
Hard reset or Recovery mode restore Your Samsung Galaxy A50 can cure problems that a standard factory reset cannot.
- First, totally switch off your Samsung Galaxy A50. If you can’t unlock the screen, press and hold the power button for roughly 20 seconds to switch off the phone.
- Hold the volume up and power buttons together for a few seconds.
- When the Samsung logo appears, let go of the buttons.
- Using the volume up and volume down buttons, go through the menu until you find the “Recovery Mode” option, then click the power button to enter it.
- Select the “wipe cache partition” option with the volume up and volume down buttons, then hit the Power button to activate the option and remove the mobile cache.
- After a few seconds, you will be returned to the previous screen; with the volume buttons, choose “wipe data / factory reset” and click the power button to proceed. A screen with several NOes and a YES will show; use the volume keys to return to the YES and push the power button.
- After completing the volume controls again, click “reboot system now” and press the power button on your Samsung Galaxy A50. The device will reboot and take several minutes to start while restoring the device to its factory state and optimizing the applications pre-installed in the system Android 9.0. (Pie).