Last Updated on April 12, 2022 by Bestusefultips
Do you want to reset a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, S22 Plus, and S22? Here’s how to hard reset Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra without a password (Using Hardware keys). When performing a factory data reset or hard reset Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, make sure to back up & restore your essential data. This process will delete all your Samsung phone data, including pictures, videos, downloaded apps, Samsung account, Google account, etc.
You can hard reset your Samsung S22 Ultra if you forgot your password, PIN, Pattern lock, black screen of death, unresponsive touch screen, the phone wouldn’t turn on, etc.
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How to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, S22+, and S22
Follow the below-given methods to factory reset Samsung S22 Ultra 5G, Galaxy S22 Plus, Galaxy S22, and other Samsung One UI 4.1.
How to Factory Data Reset Samsung S22 Ultra 5G using Phone Settings
Back up your data before the factory reset your Samsung S22 Ultra 5G.
Step 1: Open app drawer & tap the Settings app.
Step 2: Scroll and tap General Management.
Step 3: Tap on the Reset.
Step 4: Tap on the Factory data reset.
Step 5: Scroll down and tap on the Reset button.
Step 6: Click on the Erase all data.
It will delete all your Galaxy S22 series data.
How to Factory Reset (Hard Reset) Samsung S22 Ultra Without Password
This hard reset Samsung One UI 4.1 will remove all your phone data. Make sure back up & restore your essential data.
Step 1: Pull down the notification panel and tap the Power button.
Step 2: Tap the Power off. Click Power off again to Power off your device.
Step 3: Long press the Power and Volume up keys simultaneously until the recovery menu view.
Step 4: Press the volume down button until it highlights wipe data/factory reset.
Step 5: Press the Power button.
This message view: Wipe all user data? This cannot be undone.
Step 6: Press the volume down key to highlight Factory data reset.
Step 7: Press the Power key.
Wait until complete the wipe data process.
Step 8: Press the Power button to reboot the system now.
Now, wait until reboot your phone.
And that’s all. Have you ever needed to factory reset Samsung Galaxy device? Which of the above-given method do you use? Tell us in below comment box.