How To Factory Reset Your Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018)


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A factory reset, also known as hard reset, is the restoration of a device to its original manufacturer settings. It is usable on each brand of smartphones or tablets etc. This action is a fast and easy way to wipe all of you personal data from your device and make it 100% clean.

If your Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) smartphone has problems like:

  • Slow response,
  • Shows errors, freezes,
  • Virus infection,
  • Frequent failures, errors from system and apps,
  • Stuck in boot screen,
  • Random reboots or restart problem after firmware update,
  • If you forget your lock screen pin, pattern or password

You can solve these problems with Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) formatting and factory reset process.


First Method: Factory Data Reset Your Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) From The Settings Menu

The easiest way to factory reset your Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) is through the settings menu. If you can access the phone content, you can do formatting and factory reset process using your devices factory data reset menu.



You can complete Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) formatting and reset process by following the below steps.

  • Be sure that your phone has at least %50 battery.
  • Backup your data with using Backup and Restore option.
  • Open the Settings menu.
  • Tap the Backup and Reset menu, after selecting suitable options at that menu, tap the Factory Data Reset under the Personal Data section.
  • Read the informations on the screen and tap Reset Device.
  • Confirm it using screen lock pin, pattern, or password.
  • If you want to delete portable storage data, tap the Delete All.
  • Your device will restart and Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) factory reset process will be completed.

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Once the factory reset process is complete, your device will automatically restart and first opening can be a bit longer than usual. When you arrive Welcome screen, you can pass to setup process by logging in your Google account and you can do Restore Data process.








Second Method: Factory Data Reset Your Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) Using Recovery Mode

If you cant reach settings menu on your Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) phone, you can do Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) factory reset process with using recovery mode. Usually, recovery mode is usable when you cant reach your phone content, forget pattern lock or screen lock, the phone freezes at beginning logo or restarts itself constantly.



You can do Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) factory reset process with following the below steps.

  • Be sure that your phone has at least %50 battery.
  • Switch off your device and wait a few seconds.
  • Press and hold Volume Up + Home + Power buttons at the same time until recovery mode screen appears.
  • When the Samsung logo appears leave the Power button and wait a few seconds.
  • Leave all the keys when Recovery Mode screen appears.
  • Go to the Wipe Data / Factory Reset option using the Volume Down and click the Power button to accept it.
  • Go to Yes –Delete All User Data using Volume Down and click Power button to continue.
  • After the process finishes, go to Reboot System Now and click Power button.
  • Your device will restart and Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) factory reset process will be completed.

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Once the factory reset process is complete, your device will automatically restart and first opening can be a bit longer than usual. When you arrive Welcome screen, you can pass to setup process by logging in your Google account and you can do Restore Data process.



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