Reset Galaxy A50 – Every electronic device has a factory reset feature that restores devices to its original state by erasing all data stored on the Samsung A50. Here’s how to factory reset your Samsung Galaxy A50.
The Galaxy A50 comes with a 6.4 inches Super Amoled display having a screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and a density of 403 PPI. It renders a good viewing experience with the 19.5:9 that adds style to it. There is a Corning Gorilla Glass protection as well.
The Samsung Galaxy A50 has an Exynos 7 Octa 9610 chip on which an Octa-Core processor runs at a speed of 2.3 GHz. It is supported by the ARM Mali-G72MP3 GPU that handles the graphics of the smartphone. It also comes with 4GB RAM that, which tolerates moderate games and multitasking.
If your Galaxy A50 is misbehaving and initial solutions are not working, a full reset may be necessary. A factory reset can help resolve issues with your smartphone if it’s crashing or freezing, or suffering from problems you can’t identify.
Factory reset Samsung A50
- Slide your finger downwards starting from the top of the screen.
- Press the ‘Settingsʼ icon.
- Tap ‘General managementʼ.
- Tap “Reset”.
- Touch “Factory data reset”.
- Touch ˊRESETˋ.
- Tap ‘DELETE ALLʼ. Wait a moment while the factory default settings are restored.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to set up your Galaxy A50 and prepare it for use.
- Head into your “Settings” and scroll down the page to ˊGeneral managementˋ.
- Tap on “Reset”.
- Tap ˊFactory data resetˋ.
- Scroll down the page and select ‘Resetʼ.
- This is the final step, so be sure that you want to go through with it. If you are, then tap ˊDELETE ALLˋ.
- The Galaxy A50 will automatically reset and reboot.
Unlock Screen Pin / Pattern / Password Samsung A50
If you forgot your Galaxy A50 lock screen fingerprint, pin, pattern and password, you can easily to bypass lock screen remotely by Find My Mobile / Device service on PC.
With both of the following options however, the device needs to be turned on, and it needs some kind of network connection; whether it’s connected to a Wi-Fi network or mobile data.
Unlock Screen via Google Find My Device
- Go to Find My Device and then sign in with your Google email and password.
- Choose the Galaxy A50 from the top left hand corner of the menu.
- Select the ‘Erase Dataʼ option from the action menu.
- Select ‘Erase Deviceʼ to confirm.
- Enter your Google Account password to reset the phone.
Unlock Screen use Samsung Find My Mobile
- Open https://findmymobile.samsung.com and then log in with your Samsung Account ID and password.
- Choose the Galaxy A50 from the menu on the left.
- Choose the ˊErase Deviceˋ option from below the device information.
- Select the ‘Eraseʼ button on the popup.
- Enter your Samsung Account password to confirm and send the task to your phone.
Hard reset Samsung A50 from Recovery
❶ Turn off your Samsung A50 and wait a few seconds. If your phone won’t turn off, you can wait for the battery to drain and try resetting these steps after charging it again
❷ Press the “Power” and “Volume Up” button together till the device displays the start-up logo.
❸ Once the Galaxy A50 logo is displayed, release the buttons and wait till the device enters the Android system recovery mode.
❹ On the displayed screen, use “Volume Down” button to go to the “Wipe data/factory reset” option (Volume Up and Volume Down buttons are used to highlight the displayed options on the Android system recovery screen).
❺ Once the option is highlighted, press the “Power” button to select the option. (Pressing the Power button in Android system recovery mode selects the highlighted option.)
❻ On the next screen, press the “Volume Down” button multiple times till the “Yes” option is highlighted.
❻ Press the Power button to hard reset the Samsung Galaxy A50, which will also clear the dalvik cache.
Samsung Galaxy A50 comes with an affordable budget and brings amazing features among which storage is a major highlight. It also offers excellent performance with a healthy power supply. It excels in the photography department as well.
Fortunately, there aren’t many Samsung Galaxy A50 specific problems. Some of the problems that the device has are more than troublesome, but fortunately can be fixed at most in a few minutes. Every problem has a solution, no matter how complex. See you in the next article about how to lock apps in Samsung Galaxy A50.