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How To reset Android device to factory settings

Reset your Android device to factory settings  You can remove data from your Android phone or tablet by resetting it to factory settings. Resetting this way is also called "formatting," or a "hard reset." Important: A factory reset erases all your data from your device. Note: Not all Android devices have settings in the same place or with the same names. For your specific device's settings, see your manufacturer's support site. Step 1: Know the Google Account username & password on your device
To restore your data after resetting, you'll need to enter security information. Entering the information shows that you or someone you trust did the reset. Make sure you have the security information before you reset your your device. Be sure that you know a Google Account on the device.Open your device's Settings app .Tap Users & accounts. See a Google Account username.
Note: If you don't see "Users & accounts," tap AccountsGoogle.Be su…
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You can see what's using storage or memory, and then remove those files or apps.  Storage is where you keep data, like music and photos.Memory is where you run programs, like apps and the Android system.Note: Some of these steps work only on Android 8.1 and up. Check & free up storage See what's using storageOpen your device's Settings app .Tap Storage.Tap a category. Free up storage To pick from a list of photos, videos, and apps that you haven't used recently: Open your device's Settings app .Tap Storage.Tap Free up space.To pick something to delete, tap the empty box on the right. (If nothing is listed, tap Review recent items.)To delete the selected items, at the bottom, tap Free up. To pick from all data: Photos, videos & other media Remove backed-up photos & videos If you back up with Google Photos, you can delete the copies on your phone. You can see the backed-up copies in the app using Wi-Fi or mobile data.
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How To increase Wi-Fi speed on Android phone

How To Increase Wi-Fi speed on Android phone You can restart Wi-Fi modem and again connect to Wi-Fi network to get maximized internet speed.Be aware of people around you who can utilize Wi-Fi connection to browse on their own systems. Always apply password protection avoid unauthorized usage of data.Update your Android phone’s browser and OS to the latest definitions.If you are using 2.4 Ghz cordless Android phone, make sure there should no confliction between 2.4 Ghz Wireless router, as it may cause slow internet speed on your phone.You can check manufacturer’s website for newly updated firmware downloads to upgrade router.Check for background running applications that are using internet connection and close all of them which you do not need while browsing.See if you are using connection with DNS settings. If no, you can change DNS settings on your Android device.Also keep clearing browsing history, cache, cookies and other browser junk to experience fast browsing.Switch to other brow…

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