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How to Properly Wipe an Android Phone

Whenever you want to clean your Android Smartphone, make sure to check these things before wiping it up. As we all know that we can easily do a factory reset on our smartphone, But do you really know How to properly Wipe an Android Phone? We have two simple methods to reset our phone (Backup & Reset option / Wipe Cache by (Power option)). Both the methods are superb for any phone, but here I will tell you some amazing things to check before wipe any Android Phone.

The Major New Issue while resetting any Phone: All the new Android smartphones were launched with the latest Android security patch. Because of the latest patch, whenever the user can reset or format her smartphone than the smartphone will be stuck on Google Account screen. Your smartphone asks you to enter your Google account, most of the users can not able to enter it correctly, and stuck there. So, Check How to Properly Wipe an Android Phone.

How to Properly Wipe an Android Phone:

Firstly You need to remove Google Account from your smartphone, by these steps.

  1. At first, you need to save all the requisite things to backup the data.
  2. Now open the Settings of your smartphone, Tap on Account settings in personal section. Then click on the Google account or any account you need to remove.
  3. Choose the account you need to remove (if there is only one account then tap on it for removing it). Now Click on the three dots menu button available at the top right corner and tap on Remove account button.
  4. Give the final vindication of removing the account by pressing the delete button.How to Remove Google Account from Android Smartphone
  5. By these ways, you can easily Remove Google Account from your Smartphone.

Note: One thing that you need to keep in your mind that all the data will be deleted. So, Test this process on your secondary Google Account. This process is safe you remember your password, but if you don’t know the password or forgot the password then don’t try. You can lose the all the data of your Gmail, Drive, Maps, YouTube, and others. This trick works on every smartphone – SamsungGoogle, Moto, LavaMicromaxXiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, Gionee, and others.

How to Properly Wipe an Android Phone:

  1. Firstly, Go to Settings > Backup & Reset.
  2. Now click on the Back up my data option and make sure to turn it off.
  3. Also, make sure to turn off the Automatic Restore option.
  4. Then click on the Factory Data Reset Option and then tap Reset Phone button to properly clean an Android Phone.
  5. That’s All.

Make sure to follow the steps carefully and you can easily reset your android smartphone and make it clean. If you like our article then share it with your friends across the social media.

Haneet Singh
He enjoys troubleshooting with iOS & Android devices. He loves to keep in touch with the latest technology! He loves to do experiments on new Operating Systems.

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