This article teaches you how to reset Android 10 to factory default. Two ways to factory reset Android 10 device, one is phone settings and another is entering android 10 into recovery mode. You can perform a factory reset to fix several issues such as phone running slow, touch screen not working, phone freezing or won’t respond and more. Google officially launched Android 10 new features including new gesture system, Dark mode, Focus mode, Parental controls, Apps location permission and more.
You can remove data from your phone by resetting it to factory settings. A factory reset erases all your data from your phone. So make sure backup & restore your important data to Google account before performing this action. Follow the below-given step by step process to factory reset Android 10 (Compatible Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, 3 XL, Pixel 3a, 3a XL, Pixel 4, 4 XL) devices.
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How To Reset to Factory Settings Android 10
Check out below given two methods to factory reset data on the Android 10 device. Make sure back up & restore your important data before apply below given 2 methods.
1st Method: Reset Android 10 to factory default using phone settings
Step 1: Open your phone’s settings app.
Step 2: Scroll down and Tap System.
Step 3: Tap on Advanced.
Step 4: Tap Reset options.
Step 5: Tap Erase all data (Factory reset).
This will erase all data from your phone’s internal storage, including your Google account, system & app data, downloaded apps, photos, music and more.
Step 6: Tap Erase all data again.
Confirm the screen lock you set to continue the process. All of your personal information, including downloaded apps & SIMs, will be deleted. You can’t undo this.
Step 7: Tap Erase all data.
Now, wait until complete the process to android 10 factory reset data.
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2nd Method: Factory Reset a Locked Android 10 using recovery mode
Step 1: Powered off your android 10 device.
Step 2: Long press power button and volume down button at the same time until waking up the screen.
Step 3: Tap Volume down button until seeing the Recovery mode.
Step 4: Press the Power button to enter android 10 into recovery mode.
Step 5: You can see the Android Robot exclamation mark symbol with the “No command” message.
Step 6: Now tap & hold the power button and press the volume up button only once to view the recovery mode screen.
You can see the Reboot system now, Reboot to bootloader, Apply update from ADB, Apply update from SD card, Wipe data/factory reset, Mount/system, View recovery logs, Run graphics test, Run locale test and Power off options.
Step 7: Press the volume down button until highlight Wipe data/factory reset.
Step 8: Press the power button.
You can see this message on the screen: Wipe all user data? This cannot be undone!
Step 9: Press the volume down button to select Factory data reset.
Step 10: Press the power button.
Now, wait until the complete process in your device. You’re device reset to default factory settings. After restarting your device, you can backup your Pixel phone data using your Google account id and password.
And that’s it. We hope the above-given methods useful to factory reset Android 10. If you have any kind of trouble, tell us in below comment box. Don’t forget to check out our other latest android tips and tricks.