We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Do this first Make sure you back up all the data on your phone before undertaking a factory reset. Harish Jonnalagadda 31 Jan 2018 10 The extensibility of Android means we have a wide variety of options when it comes to choosing a phone. From the Pixels to the Samsung Experience UI on the Galaxy Note 8, the uncluttered software experience with OnePlus 5T or the heavily skinned MIUI 9 on the Mi Mix 2, you can get a phone tailored to your preferences. With such a diverse set of user experiences available, it’s not uncommon to see gremlins pop up along the way. More often than not, you can find fixes for problems commonly affecting your phone, but if you’re unable to find a solution, then it doesn’t hurt to try a hard reset. A factory reset also comes in handy if you’re looking to sell your device. But before you do, you should make sure the data on your device is backed up so you don’t lose precious photos or documents. There are apps that let you take entire backups of your phone, including the app… Read full this story
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