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Samsung Galaxy A50 Device Factory reset

Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 1
* When certain applications no longer function properly or if your Samsung Galaxy A50 is very slow, you can reset the device to its factory settings. This will reset the telephone to the settings it had when you first turned it on. * Please note: your Samsung Galaxy A50 may request a security code, which, if necessary, can be found in the instructions of the Samsung Galaxy A50. Make sure you have them at hand. * If you purchased a used device and do not know the code, you should ask the previous owner for it.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 2
* Please note: resetting the device will erase all data and settings on the device. If necessary, make a backup on your computer. * Select *Next* for step-by-step instructions to reset the Samsung Galaxy A50 to factory settings.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 3
* Go to the Start screen. * To open the menu, swipe up or down on the screen.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 4
* Choose *Settings*.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 5
* Scroll down. * Choose *General management*.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 6
* Optional: Choose *Backup and restore* for more options. * Choose *Reset*.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 7
* Choose *Factory data reset*.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 8
* Scroll down. * Choose *Reset*.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 9
* Choose *Delete all*.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 10
* All data and settings saved on the Samsung Galaxy A50 will be deleted. * The Samsung Galaxy A50 will automatically reset and reboot.
Samsung Galaxy A50 - Device - Factory reset - Step 11
* The Samsung Galaxy A50 has been reset.
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