Attracting immediately attention after its release in October last year, the Samsung Galaxy A5 Duos comes with a 5.0 inch captive touchscreen with more than 16 million colors, a display resolution of 720 x 1280(~ 294 ppi pixel density) and16 GB internal memory.
Of course, like the majority of smartphones today, this device can encounter several problems and get stuck in some applications. For an optimal performance and making sure it will not disappoint you again, you should try a master reset. This dual SIM Samsung device hard reset procedure will definitely enable your phone to respond better to all your commands and help you fulfill all your daily tasks. Make sure you read the full article in order to figure out how you can bring your device back to its factory settings.
The processor of the smartphone is a Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53; Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410, while the graphic processor is Adreno 306. The phone has internal memory of 16 GB and 2 GB of RAM. The operating system is Android OS, v4.4.4 (KitKat) upgradable to v5.0.2 (Lollipop). If you wish to give your phone a helping hand by performing a software refresh, then you need to know that this procedure will restore the device to its initial settings and remove all possible viruses. Here’s how you can do it. There are 2 methods to perform a hard reset.
The first method is considered to be the easy one
- From the main screen you have to select Settings
- From the Settings menu, you will have to select Back up & Reset icon.
- You have to touch the Factory data reset.
- Select the Reset device option.
- Select Erase everything (remember that you will lose any personal data on your phone)
- Choose Ok and the process will begin. Your phone will reboot with the factory settings.
Your phone will restart and it will start up with the factory settings. The second option to bring back your phone to its factory settings is by using its hardware buttons. Here is what you need to do:
- Turn off your phone.
- Press and hold together the Power button, the Home key and the Volume up button until you see the recovery menu in Android LCD screen.
- Choose the Wipe Data / Factory Reset option and press the Home key to confirm.
- Wait for the phone to reboot.