How to Factory Reset Android 11

Here’s how to factory reset Android 11 device. 2 methods to factory reset Android 11 including phone settings and another is using a hardware button called hard reset (Power & volume button). This factory data reset will erase all your phone information like photos, videos, Google account & its sync data, downloaded apps, and more. Make sure back up your phone data before apply below given two ways to factory data reset Android 11 devices.

How to Reset (Hard Reset) Android 11

You can try this method when your Android phone won’t turn on or black screen, unresponsive touch screen, etc.

How to Factory Reset Android 11 Using Phone Settings

Step 1: Pull down the notification panel twice at the top and tap the “Settings gear (Cog)” icon.

Android 11 system settings to factory data reset

Step 2: Scroll down and touch on “System”.

Advanced settings to reset Android 11 data

Step 3: Touch on “Advanced”.

Reset options settings to factory reset Android 11

Step 4: Touch “Reset options”.

Factory data reset Android 11

Step 5: Tap on “Delete all data (Factory reset)”.

You can see the list of deleted data from your device. Also, un-check the erase downloaded SMS option if you want.

How to Factory Reset Android 11

Step 6: Click on the “Erase all data” button at the bottom right.

Step 7: Confirm your Pattern lock or PIN or Password.

Factory Reset Android 11 Using Phone Settings

Step 8: Tap “Erase all data” to confirm it.   

It will delete all your Android data.  

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How to Reset Android 11 (Hard Reset) Without Unlock Phone or Powered Off

Step 1: Power off your Android 11 devices.

Step 2: Press & hold the power key & volume down key until the “Start” menu view.

Step 3: Press the volume down key until view the “Recovery Mode”.

Step 4: Press the power key to enter into recovery mode in your Android 11. You can see the Robot exclamation mark (No command) symbol in your device.

Step 5:Press & hold the power key and press the volume up key once only & release it” to view the recovery mode screen.

Step 6: Press the volume down key until set “Wipe data/factory reset”.

Step 7: Press the “Power key” to apply it.

Step 8: Press the volume down key to set “Factory data reset”.

Step 9: Press the “Power key” to apply it.

Wait until wiping the data in your stock Android devices.

Do you still any questions about the above-given methods? Have you ever need to factory reset your Android or Samsung device?

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