Who wouldn’t want to have a functional device, especially if we’re talking about the amazing Samsung Galaxy Music S6010? This article will teach you how to use the excellent phone from Samsung Mobile while it focuses on software problems such as lags, hangs, failing apps, errors and many others. All these can be solved by doing a hard reset on the Samsung Galaxy Music.
In using our instructions to perform this operation, you should be aware of the fact that this will also cause data loss. This is not just an unfortunate damage caused to your phone by an aggressive procedure, but it is actually the best way to erase virused files and increase the performance of the software. This being said, you should create a backup before hard resetting the phone.
Running on Android OS, this is a powerful phone with 512 MB RAM and micro SD card support. Also using an 850 MHz Cortex-A9 as its processor, the Samsung Galaxy Music S6010 has three major sensors: one for proximity, another one for accelerometer and the last one for compass. Its 3.15 MP camera may not be the strongest one, but it is attached with touch focus and geo-tagging.
How to Reset the Samsung Galaxy Music S6010
It’s not difficult to avoid losing files before you restore your phone to factory software. All you have to do is choose your favorite place to save the data. It can vary from your PC to another phone, a tablet or an external hard drive while it can also be the micro SD card or a cloud. No matter what you choose to use, the Phone Copy application can be your guide.
- On your phone’s Home Menu go to the Settings Folder.
- Choose Backup and Reset then scroll down to Factory Data Reset.
- Confirm by clicking Reset Device then choose Erase everything.
- Your phone will reboot and be ready in a couple of minutes.
Your phone is now the same as it was when you first bought it. You can already picture yourself taking it out of the box and feeling the smell of brand new. Well, it might not smell the same as before, but it definitely works perfectly. Use the backup to restore all necessary files and apps.