When we first purchase our mobile phones, they run like clockwork and with absolutely no problems. At first, we hold it in our hand with amazement at how much faster and smoother it runs that our previous mobile, and that's how it is for the first couple weeks of owning a mobile phone. However, over those first few weeks, things begin to get slower. We don't notice it at first, but a few months down the line it becomes noticeable that our once immensely fast phone is now very slow. This leads us to do several things that we think will speed the phone back up:
- Removing apps and other data unnecessarily
- Downloading multiple optimization apps which simply don't work
- Wiping their phone
While these can be efficient at times, they are rarely the right choice. Today we will be focussing on the final option, “Wiping their phone”. When you completely wipe your phone, the number one thing that you worry about is losing all of your precious data, and that's something we've taken into account with MobileTrans. So without further ado, let's discuss how you are able to reset Samsung Galaxy without losing data.
Part 1: When Is the Right Time to Reset Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge Without Losing Data?
Deciding to reset your Samsung Galaxy when you're under pressure is a completely understandable thing to do, however it's important that you decide to do so under the right circumstances. If you're doing it out of frustration, take a step back and make sure it's what you want to do! Below you can find some reasons behind wanting to reset your Android device.
- Need to free up space on your device? Rather than searching through your phone looking for more things to delete, simply factory reset.
- Problems when you launch certain applications? It is more than likely that the application had a faulty installation. The best way to deal with this is to factory reset your device.
- Is your device's battery life a lot less all of a sudden? This could be due to performance issues with the OS of your device. The best, and recommended, way to deal with this is to perform a factory reset on your device.
So as you can see, when it comes to resetting an Android device, there are many reasons to do so. It simply comes down to whether or not you feel it's necessary, and there are a lot of cases when it is.
Part 2: Backing Up Your Samsung Device Before Resetting
Now, the whole point of using this method is to prevent losing any data, right? So with that in mind, it's important that you backup all of your data before you begin, in case something goes wrong along the way.
Step #1 – First, download the MobileTrans program and installing it accordingly.
Step #2 – Once it has been installed, run the program and select the “Back Up Your Phone” option.
Step #3 – A menu will be displayed. Connect your phone using a USB cable. If you have successfully done so, then the program will display an image of your mobile phone on the menu.
Step #4 – From this menu, you will be able to select the type of data that you'd like to backup to your computer.
Step #5 – Take a moment to decide what you would like to backup.
Step #6 – Once you have selected the types of data that you'd like to have backed up, click on the “Start Transfer” option.
Step #7 – This part of the process may take a few minutes, depending on how much data you are backing up.
Once the backup has completed, you have successfully backed up all of the selected data from your mobile phone to your computer. By combining this step and the following step, you will be able to successfully be able to reset Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge without losing data.
Part 3: How to Reset Samsung Galaxy S8 (Plus)/S7 (Edge) Without Losing Data
Now that we covered the backup process, let's use that knowledge to go ahead and reset our phones without losing any data at all.
Step #1 – Before we get started, it's important that you have backed up your mobile phone's data beforehand as a precaution.
Step #2 – On your phone, direct yourself to your “Settings” and select the “Backup and Reset” option.
Step #3 – Now click on the “Reset settings” option.
Step #4 – From here you will be shown the details of what will happen once you have reset. Neither your apps or your personal data will be affected.
Step #5 – Click on the “Reset Settings” and let your phone do the rest.
Part 4: How to Backup and Restore Samsung Data
However, if you are still running into issues, there is another method that you can try out.
Step #1 – It's very important that with this method especially that you backup your phone's data. Before you go forward with this, read back to the “Backing Up Your Android Device Before Resetting” section and follow those steps before reading any further.
Step #2 – Once you have successfully backed up your phone, head to the your “Settings” and click on the “Backup and Restore” option.
Step #3 – Once you are there, click on the “Factory data reset” option. This will completely remove all of the data from your phone and return it to its factory state, with the exception of the operating system which will be reinstalled.
The benefit to doing this method is that if anything is wrong and you aren't able to locate the issue, then it will be indefinitely removed and you will no longer have to worry about it! You may be thinking, “But this isn't reset Samsung Galaxy S6/S7 Edge without losing data!” and you'd be right to think that. So, how do you get your data back? Let's jump right to it!
Step #4 – This is where MobileTrans comes in, and one of the main reasons as to why the program itself is essential to having a maintained phone. Start by downloading and installing the MobileTrans program accordingly.
Step #5 – Once successfully installed, you will be shown 4 options. Select the “Restore From Backups” option.
Step #6 – Connect your Samsung device using a USB cable. Once the program has detected the device, it will be displayed on the menu.
Step #7 – From here, you will be able to select the backup that you would like to be restored to your Samsung device and have your data put back where it was in the first place.
Step #8 – After you have selected the backup that you would like to have restored, click on the “Start Transfer” option and let the program do its thing!
Once the transfer has completed, you have successfully reset Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge without losing data! It might seem scary at first, but as you can see the process isn't too difficult with thanks to the help of the MobileTrans program!
Using MobileTrans over other programs has its benefits. One of the biggest benefits of using MobileTrans is the variety of options that you are given. Not only are you able to perform the methods above using the “Back Up Your Phone” and “Restore From Backups” methods, but there are also 2 other methods for you to take full advantage of!
Phone to Phone Transfer. Recently got a new mobile phone and don't want to go through the trouble of having to manually transfer all of your data, then this feature is a must. One of the most common frustrations of getting a new mobile phone is the realisation of having to manually transfer all of your contacts. With this, you no longer have to do this. All you have to do is connect both of your phones, your old and your new, select the type of data that you'd like to transfer, and click on the “Start Transfer” button. It's that easy!
Erase Your Old Phone. Let's continue the idea of recently buying a new phone. Now that you have a new phone, you need to get rid of your old one. But what about the data that is already on it? While most phones have a factory reset option, the data that is removed is still recoverable. With that in mind, selling your phone to someone could result in your personal details being obtained and putting you at risk. With the use of the “Erase Your Old Phone” feature, you are able to completely remove all of your data from the phone making it not recoverable at all.
If you recently bought a new phone, then both of those features are definitely in your best interests to take advantage of. In addition to Reset Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge/S7/S7 Edge/S8/S8 Plus without Losing Data, it is clear that MobileTrans has multiple very useful features, all of which are worth being interested in.