Have you heard new feature of auto factory reset android marshmallow device? We all know in android lollipop and other previous version has a factory data reset feature to reset your device. That will erase all data, including files and download apps from android phone. In android marshmallow (android 6.0)contain new feature of “auto factory reset”. If factory data reset settings not work properly on you’re android device then use it. It’s easy to enable auto factory reset android marshmallow.
This “auto factory reset” feature will be reset all phone default settings and all data will be erased, if you attempt to unlock your android device incorrectly 15 times. In this tutorial, i will show you step by step guide to enable auto factory reset android marshmallow (android M) device such as Samsung galaxy S6 & S6 edge, Galaxy S7 & S7 edge, Nexus, Galaxy J7 & J5 etc.
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Complete guide of: How to enable auto factory reset android marshmallow (Android 6.0)
Step 1: Open “Settings” app on android marshmallow device
Step 2: Scroll down and tap on “Lock screen and security”.
Also open lock screen and security from “Edit menu” under settings.
Step 3: Tap on “Secure lock settings” under lock screen section
You can see above screen on your android phone or tablet. By default disable auto factory reset on your device
Step 4: Enable “Auto factory reset”
Now, your android device will be automatically reset to factory data default settings and all data or information will be erased, including files and downloaded apps from your device if you will enter password incorrectly 15 times. That’s it.
Above you can see the process to enable auto factory reset android marshmallow device. Did you find above process helpful? Don’t hesitate to let me know on below comment box, would be pleasure to help you. Don’t forget to share this trick with your friends on social network.