April 19, 2024


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out of the box – Reset Android – Part 2

If you are looking to reset Android on your Samsung Galaxy S7, this is the tutorial for you. Maybe it’s behaving in a strange manner, or you just need to start over from factory settings to give it to someone else to use.

When you reset Android on your Samsung Galaxy S7, you’re making it return to it’s out of the box state, so if you forgot your lock pin, pattern or password, this is the way to go.

We will explain two methods to achieve this, depending on the state of your Samsung Galaxy S7.

Before starting with any of these two methods, make sure your battery is fully charged, to avoid any surprise shut downs. It is also a good idea to do a backup if you have access to yourSamsung Galaxy S7’s operative system.

So, let’s get to it!

Like we stated before, in this tutorial we will explain two methods on how to reset Android on a Samsung Galaxy S7. You will use the first one if you can access your Android OS, and simply want to return your phone to factory settings. The second one is used  when you have lost access to your device for some reason.

How to reset android on Samsung Galaxy S7, through the Settings Menu

To reset Android using this method you have to be able to access the Settings on your Samsung Galaxy S7.

After opening your settings, go to Backup & Reset, and then select the option Factory data reset.

Tap the Reset Device button for the process to start, deleting everything from your phone, and then proceeding to  shutting down the phone and restarting.

How to reset Android on Samsung Galaxy S7, using hardware buttons.

To hard reset android on your Samsung  Galaxy S7 follow these easy steps:

  • Completely power off your device
  • Press the volume up, home and power buttons at the same time, and release them.
  • You will see different messages for rebooting and updating and then a menu will show.
  • Using the volume buttons navigate to the Wipe data /factory reset option and press the power button to confirm.
  • Select Yes, stating that you are sure that you want to go through with the process, and confirm the process using the power button.
  • After some processing,  the menu will show up again, at which point using the volume buttons to navigate the options, you have to select the option Reset system now and press the power button to confirm.

Once your Samsung Galaxy S7 has rebooted, with either of the two methods, you will have reset Android on your device, having returned it to it’s factory settings, and leaving it as good as new waiting for configurations.

If you have forgotten the lock pattern you set on your LG G3 Stylus, or it has started to malfunction or is lagging, there is no reason to panic, because in this tutorial we will explain how you can reset Android on your device so it will be as good as new.

When you reset Android on your LG G3 Stylus, you return it to it’s factory settings, therefor you remove whatever is causing issues on your device.

There are two methods to achieve this, and we will explain both in very easy to follow step by step instructions


Before going through with any of the methods, though, please make sure the battery of your LG G3 Stylus is charged to at least 80% to avoid any unexpected shut downs mid-process.

If you can access the Android Operative System on your phone, you should use the first method explained, even though you can use the second one too, but the first one is easier and more direct.

If, however, you can not access the applications menu, for example if you forgot the lock pattern, you will have to use the second method.

Reset Android on LG G3 Stylus through the Applications Menu

  • Go to the Settings option in the Applications Menu
  • Choose the option Reset & Restore
  • Select Factory data reset
  • Tap on Reset Device
  • Select the option Erase Everything and accept all notifications

The reset Android process will start automatically, restarting with your LG G3 Stylus back to it’s out of the box state.

Reset Android on LG G3 Stylus, using a combination of hardware buttons.

  • Make sure your device is completely turned off.
  • Press the Volume Down and Power button and keep them pressed until the LG logo shows up on the screen.
  • When you see the logo, let go of the Power button, press the power button again, and let go of the Volume Down button
  • You will see the Factory Data Reset screen. Select the option YES, and the LG G3 Stylus will automatically start the process and reset Android to it’s factory settings.

You have now been able to reset Android on your LG G3 Stylus, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.

In this tutorial we will teach you two methods to reset Android and give new life to your Motorola Atrix HD MB886 in just a few minutes.

The first step is common to both methods. Please check and make sure that the battery of your cellphone is fully charged, to avoid any unwanted surprises.

Now that you are sure that your battery is fully charged, you need to decide which method that we will explain in detail applies better to Motorola Atrix HD MB886.

If you have access to your cellphones operative system (OS) and just want to give your phone a fresh start, you will choose the first method. If, on the other hand, you can’t access the OS of your phone, for example, if you forgot your lock pattern, you will have to use the second method.

First method to reset Android on Motorola Atrix HD MB886

To reset Android on your Motorola Atrix HD MB886, you have to go Settings, and then choose the option Privacy and then Factory Data Reset. Next click on Reset phone. Please bear in mind that executing this method will erase all personalization you have made on your phone. Since you have access to the OS of your Motorola, doing a backup before going through with reseting Android is always a good idea.

Second method to reset Android on Motorola Atrix HD MB886

The first step to reset Android using this second method is to completely turn off the Motorola Atrix HD MB886. Then go through the following steps:

  • Press the Volume Up button, and without letting go press the power button.
  • When you see the Motorola logo on the screen, let go of the power button and wait a few seconds.
  • You will see the Android robot on the screen with an exclamation mark beside it. When you do, let go of the Volume Up button.
  • Press both volume buttons at the same time to display the options. When these show up, let go of the buttons.
  • Using the Volume buttons move in the menu to the option “Wipe data /factory data reset“, and then select the option “Yes – delete all user data” using the power button.
  • The process will return to the main menu, where you have to select Reboot System Now.
  • The Motorola Atrix HD MB886 will now reboot and when it comes back, it will be as out of the box, having returned to its factory settings.

If you had any issues doing a reset Android on your Motorola Atrix HD MB886, please let us know in the comments.